Behavioral Health

Mental Health Services for Staff & Faculty

Behavioral Health is offering both onsite and telemedicine visits.

 

Each patient has unique needs and can receive comprehensive evaluation, consultation, referral, treatment, and follow-up services. Our Behavioral Health clinicians offer:

  • Individual counseling

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy

  • Medication evaluation and management

  • Evaluation for full or partial hospitalizations

Smith Campus Center, 75 Mt. Auburn Street Entrance

4th Floor  |  (617) 495-2323
Monday-Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm, Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

  • Providers are available for scheduled telemedicine and onsite visits during operating hours
  • After hours telephone consultations are available by calling (617) 495-2323

Additional Information

Appointments

Available to patients with an HUHS primary care physician.

Interpreter Services

Harvard University Health Services can arrange for an interpreter during your appointment. Please make your request when you schedule your appointment.

Referrals

A referral from your HUHS primary care physician is not necessary to make an appointment in Behavioral Health.

However, a patient can only be seen in Behavioral Health if they have an HUHS primary care physician. 

Eligibility

Harvard University Group Health Plan, Medicare members, and their dependents must have an HUHS primary care physician.

Mental Health Referral Database

The purpose of this tool is to help members of the Harvard community who wish to seek care outside of HUHS and within the surrounding community. 

REFERRAL DATABASE
 

You should carefully review your insurance benefits and confirm that your health care provider accepts your insurance plan before receiving care.

BH Group Offerings

  • Yes, I am Black and I am Proud
    Tuesdays at 4pm, beginning on October 5, 2021
    Led by Dyanne London, PhD, an African American clinical psychologist.

This group is offered to all people who identify as a member of the Black race regardless of ethnicity. Click on the flyer below for more information.

Yes, I am Black and I am Proud flyer

This drop-in check-in group is primarily focused on seniors living alone who are struggling with loneliness, fears, or anxieties due to the ongoing pandemic. The group is mostly unstructured, based on member participation and the sharing of thoughts and strategies. There are some mindfulness exercises and the goal is to practice a positive reappraisal style. 

If you are interested in participating in a group, please call Behavioral Health at (617) 495-2323.