UH West Oʻahu Counseling Services offers free student mental health services


Do you know of anyone who may be dealing with emotional or psychological problems? UH West Oʻahu Counseling Services is here to help. Counseling Services provides the UH West Oʻahu ʻohana with information and resources to help students live healthier and more meaningful lives. Be an agent of change for your family and friends and contact UHWO Counseling Services if you know of anyone who may be dealing with emotional or psychological problems.

UHWO Counseling Services supports students with a wide range of issues. Some of the most common reasons students use services are:

  • Psychological Assessment – the use of psychological tests to explore the possibility of learning disorders or to develop a better understanding of psychological or emotional difficulties
  • Self-improvement
  • Relationship problems
  • Low self-esteem
  • Depression
  • Social anxiety
  • Substance abuse
  • Identity issues
  • Stress
  • Family problems
  • Couples counseling

Call for a friend if you suspect that someone you care about may be dealing with depression or other psychological problems. All student and faculty consultations are free and confidential. For more information, contact UHWO Counseling Services now in a new location in B221 (UH West Oʻahu Library second floor) at (808) 689-2675 or taketas@hawaii.edu.

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