Peer Counseling

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Peer Counseling at Harvard

All Peer Counseling Groups are for currently registered Harvard undergraduate students.

 

Contact Peer Counseling  Contact Peer Counseling

Contact is peer counseling that strives to create a supportive space for Harvard undergraduates to talk about feelings and experiences around mental health and Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (BGLTQIA+) identities.

Current events are posted on Contact's Facebook page

Current drop in times are listed on CAMHS calendar.

ECHO Logo  Harvard Eating Concerns Hotline and Outreach (ECHO)

ECHO provides a confidential, non-judgmental, non-directive space for undergraduate students to receive support about any concern. ECHO counselors have specialized training to address concerns about exercising, body image, food, eating, eating disorders.

Current drop in times are listed on CAMHS calendar.

Indigo Logo  Indigo

Indigo Peer Counseling strives to foster a supportive and empathetic campus environment for undergraduate students grappling with and addressing concerns that lie at the intersection of identity and mental health. We provide specialized services grounded in an understanding of intersectionality. Our training centralizes on, but is not limited to, how race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, first-generation identity, citizenship status, ability, gender, sexuality, and other identities, singularly and collectively, inform individual experiences. Indigo provides confidential non-directive, non-judgmental peer counseling, as well as informational resources for students.  

Contact: indigopeercounseling@gmail.com

Current drop in times are listed on CAMHS calendar.

Current events are posted on Indigo’s social media sites:   

RESPONSE Logo  RESPONSE

RESPONSE is a group of undergraduates professionally trained to provide peer counseling on issues of rape, abuse, intimate violence, psychological and physical harassment, and relationships.  Please note: The OSAPR and Title IX offices will close and all their services will become available through the Office for Gender Equity for Fall 2021.  The OSAPR phone number and 24/7 hotline staffed by crisis counselors will remain in place for the remainder of this academic year.

Contact: harvardresponse@gmail.com

Current drop in times are listed on CAMHS calendar.

Zoom 13 Logo  Room 13

Room 13 is now Zoom 13! Drop into a Zoom chat between 6pm-10pm EST during the semester. Trained peer counselors offer guidance surrounding gender, identity, SES, alcohol and drugs, grief, relationships, eating, health, school, and anything else. We take people and their concerns seriously; we will listen and respond non-judgmentally. When you call or drop in, no one will pressure you to talk about anything you don't want to. We also offer listening workshops by appointment. 

Current drop in times are listed on CAMHS calendar.