Personal Counseling Services

Our Edgewood College students and community have had much to cope with in the recent weeks and months, including the Derek Chauvin trial following the murder of George Floyd. A range of emotional reactions are to be expected. Please know we are here to support you through these times. We are still accepting new clients and will continue to do so through the end of the semester. If you have an urgent need, please share that when you call or e-mail so we can ensure you’re seen right away.

You can also check out our 'Presence' page for news and events. Follow the link below, click on Organizations, and join the Wellness Center!


Telehealth appointments (virtual/WebEx or phone) are available to currently enrolled students. For more information, please call our reception desk at 608-663-4148, or email our office coordinator, Julie, at jibinger@edgewood.edu.

To complete forms or view your appointment time, go to the Wellness Center Student Portal here.

Did you know you can follow us on Instagram? @edgewoodcollegewellnesscenter

Emergency Resources

Wisconsin Department of Health Services Distress Line

If all the talk about COVID-19 is making you feel overwhelmed or frightened, you can call 1-800-985-5990 or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746.

Crisis Text Line

Feeling panicked? Down? Hopeless? Text “hello” to 741-741 to have a text “conversation” with a trained counselor.

24-hour Crisis Line of Dane County


This resource is available 24/7 for individuals in Dane County who are experiencing a mental health emergency.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


This resource is available 24/7 for individuals who are feeling hopeless or are having thoughts of suicide.

Online Resources

Madison Area Resources

Low-Cost Counseling Options in Madison

Journey Mental Health, (608) 280-2720,

Catholic Charities, (608) 826-8000,

The Family Center, (608) 663-6154,


Counseling through Health Insurance

Interested in seeking counseling through your health insurance carrier but unsure of where to start? Call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask the following questions:

  • Does my policy cover mental health services?
  • At what percentage does my policy cover mental health services? Will I have to pay a co-pay?
  • Do I have any limits on the number of sessions covered per year?
  • May I have a list of providers covered by my policy?

Stress and Depression Questionnaire

Stress & Depression Questionnaire

Worried about your stress, anxiety, or mood during this period of COVID-19, social distancing, and online classes? Take our free anonymous online stress & depression questionnaire. after you complete the questionnaire, a counselor will provide a response without knowing who you are.

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