Tele-Mental Health Services by State
UCC tele-mental health services are available to enrolled Notre Dame students, who live in the United States, in states where temporary changes permit out-of-state mental health providers to offer services across state-lines. Every state regulates mental health services differently. Please check the chart below to determine if you reside in a state where the UCC is able to offer tele-therapy services. If your state is in the “Waiting Approval” column, please check back frequently for updates. As our clinicians receive temporary licenses in states, we will move the state to the “Tele-Services Available” column. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide tele-mental health services internationally at this time.
Tele-Services Currently Available with UCC Therapists
Arizona (UCC psychologists only)
California (UCC psychologists only)
District of Columbia (established clients only)
Iowa (UCC licensed social workers only)
Maryland (established clients only)
New Jersey (established clients only)
North Carolina (UCC psychologists only)
Pennsylvania (UCC licensed social workers only)
South Carolina (established clients only)
Texas (UCC psychologists only)
Waiting for Approval to Provide Tele-Services
Tele-Services NOT Currently Available
If you are currently living in a state where the UCC is able to provide tele-services and you would like to resume, or start treatment, with the UCC, please call the UCC during business hours 8 am-5 pm EST (574-631-7336) to schedule a tele-therapy appointment. Please note: some states are allowing tele-therapy for established clients only. This means, for this particular state, the UCC may continue to serve students who we were seeing prior to spring break, but we are unable to start a new counseling relationship with a student from this state. Some states have also designated specific professionals who can provide services across state lines. This may mean that an established client may need to be reassigned to a different counselor. Finally, for those states where the UCC is currently able to provide psychology services, our authorization to do so is almost certainly temporary, as it has arisen, in many cases, from the state’s own declaration of emergency and in most cases is only valid for as long as the state remains in a state of emergency. We do not know and cannot predict how long we’ll be able to practice in certain states outside of Indiana. We will continue to monitor these authorizations and update this website as needed. Please call the UCC with any questions.
Regardless of where you live, the UCC is available to provide phone consultations for all students. Please contact the UCC (574-631-7336) if you would like to schedule a phone consultation with one of our counselors. Additionally, you can call the UCC HELPLINE (574-631-TALK) 24 hours/daily, 7 days/weekly.