Berkeley Hillel Wellness Resources
At Berkeley Hillel we support you. ALL the parts of you.
We are pleased to offer FREE wellness support to all students on campus. By promoting and advocating for the mental health of students we aim to increase awareness as well as promote healthy coping skills. We believe your emotional and social well-being is just as important as your academics and less stress can often improve academic performance. We offer services to all UC Berkeley students, graduate, and undergraduate.
We offer students up to ten sessions of one-on-one therapy with Hagar Ben-Eliezer, M.C./B.C.C., our Mental Health Clinician. You don’t need to be having a serious struggle to reach out for support! Some reasons you may consider scheduling 1-on-1 sessions may include:
- Grief and Loss
- A desire to engage in personal growth
- Exploring your identity
- Hard time with family or roommates
- Upset about the pandemic
- Feeling worried about school, struggling with perfectionism, or procrastination
- Just wanting someone to talk to!
All you need to do to schedule time with Hagar is text or call her at (510) 988-3672 or email her at email@example.com
We recognize that sometimes you just need someone to talk to at the moment, or need support sooner than later. Call or text Hagar on weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Reserve a time to talk same-day at (510) 988-3672. Hagar will do her best to set up a same-day time to talk with you.
There is no reason too big or too small to reach out for support, and you are welcome to call even if you just feel like chatting with someone!
Looking to find a community of people who get what you are going through? We get it! Currently seeking your ideas for support groups – Got a suggestion? Let me know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
Resources to check out
Campus Crisis Support:
In the event that you or someone you know is sexually assaulted, please do the following:
- Get to a safe place first
- Do not shower or change clothes
- Call someone you would like to have with you
- Call the police if you decide to report the assault and they will accompany you to the hospital for medical care and arrange for an advocate to be with you
- For support and reporting options, call Path to Care at (510) 643-2005
Interpersonal Violence (Domestic Violence)
- Get immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency room
- Bring a friend or family member for support, if desired
- Call Path to Care (510) 643-2005: comprehensive support and help with restraining orders and emergency shelters
- If you or others are in immediate danger, call campus police (510- 642-3333) or local police. Police can help with safety concerns and temporary restraining orders