All psychiatry appointments are now provided through tele psychiatry (video conference via Zoom) or occasionally over the phone.
If you are concerned about your mental health and are interested in starting Counseling Services call the Access Center at 970-491-7121 and you will be scheduled for a screening appointment with a professional counselor. The counselor will help to assess your current concerns and develop a plan to meet your needs. The CSU Health Network offers a wide variety of services, ranging from online therapy modules, individual or group psychotherapy, and medication management. If a psychiatric intake is recommended, the counselor will help you to schedule this appointment with the most appropriate clinician on our teams for you to establish care.
- All appointments for a new psychiatric evaluation (new patient intake), will be provided only through telepsychiatry. You will use secure videoconference on your smartphone or computer to connect with your psychiatric clinician. Before your appointment, you will receive a secure message through the Student Health Portal with a link for a virtual meeting. (Note: due to current license and practice restrictions for our clinicians, only students who reside in Colorado can be scheduled for a new psychiatry evaluation.)
- If you are interested in scheduling a follow-up psychiatry appointment, note that majority of those appointments are also provided through telepsychiatry. Please call the Access Center at 970-491-7121 to be scheduled with your clinician.
- If you have received psychiatric care in the past, your care can be transferred to our team while you are attending CSU. We ask that you work with our Medical Records Department to obtain copies of your previous records prior to establishing care with a psychiatric clinician on our team.
- Due to restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, CSU Health Network Psychiatry Services is currently unable to provide new evaluations for the diagnosis and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
- Students with previously-diagnosed and treated ADHD (which must be documented in your medical records) may transfer their care to CSU Health Network Psychiatry Services.
Services to provide diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of various mental, emotional, or behavioral conditions, such as:
• Bipolar disorder
• Obsessive compulsive disorder
• Substance use disorders
• Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Other mental health issues
The cost for psychiatry services at CSU Health Network is dependent on your specific health insurance plan. Learn more about using health insurance at CSU Health Network.
- Meet the Staff: Psychiatry
- Location, Hours and Parking
- Eligibility, Fees and Service Charges
- Counseling Services
- Groups and Workshops
- Mental Health Initiatives
- Resiliency and Well-Being Initiatives
- YOU@CSU – online student success portal
- Private spaces on campus for your telehealth appointment