COVID-19 Updates

Your health and safety are our first priority. For the time being, all therapy sessions will be virtual using the Zoom-HIPAA platform or phone.

Our therapists are licensed in MA and restricted to doing on-going therapy to clients who are presently in Massachusetts. If you need help with referrals in your state, please call our office to schedule a Case Management session.

Call 617-824-8595 from an unblocked number to make an appointment for a remote counseling appointment, or for referrals or other information. You can also schedule online here to set up your first appointment. Please note that the link is only available between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and that you will be asked to complete some forms before being able to request a date for an appointment. To access mental health support after hours or on the weekend, call 617-824-8595 and press 1.

Our Emergency Situations website has additional resources as well as our Crisis Resources by State Resources page.

Please see our services page for more information.

College is a time filled with many changes, transition, excitement, and challenges. Most students, at one time or another, experience various personal, emotional, and/or interpersonal concerns. During these times, it can help to reach out for support from friends, family, academic advisors, spiritual supports, and professional counseling. At ECAPS, we strive to help students build on strengths and address these concerns in ways that allow them to make the best of their college experience. We offer free and confidential individual, couples, and group counseling, as well as consultation and workshops.

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Emerson is a JED Campus, dedicated to promoting mental health, awareness of substance abuse, and suicide prevention. Find out more about the JED initiative.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant stress to everyone’s lives. These are uncertain times and the current reckoning of centuries of systemic violence against people of color, particularly the Black and Black transgender community, impacts us all. You may feel anxious or depressed, or you may struggle with your overall mental health. Please be kind to yourself and to others. ECAPS is here to offer support and help you through this.