Counseling Center Referral System

Counseling Center Referral Service

If you're struggling and aren't sure where to turn for help, Counseling and Psychological Services is here to help you navigate decisions about psychological treatment.

Should you wish to contact a mental health provider in your area, we can help. You may contact any of our clinicians at (703) 993-2380, and you will be asked questions about your ability to travel, your health insurance, and interests in seeking counseling. The clinician will see if we have appropriate referral resources in your area. Alternatively, you may search our online Community Provider Database for a mental health provider suitable to your needs.


If you are a student in crisis or you are concerned about another student please contact Counseling and Psychological Services at (703) 993-2380. You may also contact The Office of Student Support at (703) 993-5376 or George Mason Police at 911 or (703) 993-2810. For more information on crisis resources please visit the Counseling and Psychological Services homepage at: Additional help can also be accessed through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or by visiting your nearest emergency room.

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK)

The providers participating in the database supply their own information about their services. We cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information provided. We are also unable to endorse any particular provider that is listed. It will be important to verify information with the provider that most interests you, including fees and other arrangements. Contact your insurance company if you need to ensure that the clinician you select is a participating provider.

Name Search: If you know the name of the provider or agency you are searching for, you may enter it here:
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Special Needs: Deaf and/or Hearing Impaired
Blind and/or Visually Impaired
Services Offered: Psychiatric Services (Medication Management)
Individuals Counseling
Couples Counseling
Family Counseling
Group Counseling
Nutritional Services
Age Group: Children (0-12 years old)
Adolescents (13-17 years old)
Adults (17-59 years old)
Seniors (60+ years old)
Preferences: Within walking distance of campus
On a public bus route
Accepting new clients
Sliding scale / low-cost
ZIP Code: By default, this system calculate distances from the university campus. If you would prefer to show distances from your own ZIP code, please enter it here. You may also input a Maximum Distance, if desired.
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