Let's Talk

Announcement:  Let's Talk will not be available during the summer quarter.

 

Take advantage of these free and confidential consultations.

Speaking with a “Let’s Talk” counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources. No appointments are necessary. Appointments are first-come, first-served. Usually there is not much of a wait.

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Center for Identity & Inclusion
5710 S. Woodlawn, Amandla Lounge
3rd Floor
 

Harris School of Public Policy
1155 E. 60th, Room 130J
 

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Biological Sciences Learning Center (BSLC)
924 E. 57th Street, Room 202
 

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“Let’s Talk” is a program that provides easy access to informal and confidential consultations with counselors from the Student Counseling Service. There are three “Let’s Talk” sites. No appointment necessary and no cost to you. If you prefer, you do not have to give your name.

The counselor will listen to your concerns and provide support, perspective, and suggestions for resources.

Unlike services provided at SCS, “Let’s Talk” is not formal therapy: it is a drop-in service where students can have an informal consultation with a counselor from time to time.

Let's Talk is open to all University of Chicago undergraduate and graduate students. “Let’s Talk” is the best fit for the following people:

  • students who are not sure about therapy and wonder what it’s like to talk with a therapist;
  • students who are not interested in therapy but would like the perspective of a counselor;
  • students who have a specific problem and would like someone with whom to talk it through;
  • students who have a concern about a friend and want some thoughts about what to do.

Let’s Talk Staff Bios

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The Let’s Talk program at the University of Chicago is based in part on the Let’s Talk program at Cornell University. With permission, some of the material from this website has been duplicated from the Cornell University Let’s Talk Website. We would personally like to thank Matt Boone, LCSW and Sharon Mier, PsyD for their help in the development of our program.