Counseling Center

BYU-Idaho offers a variety of in-person, online, and remote mental health resources for students.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides individual, group, and couples counseling and is available remotely to students. For more information, see the Counseling Center website or contact the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center at (208) 496-9370.

Anxiety & Stress Workshops

These workshops through Zoom are open to students and employees. Counselors from the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center provide 45-minute presentations and discuss mental health topics including anxiety, depression, emotion management, and more. Offerings may vary by semester, so visit the Counseling Center website to check for current information. Here are a couple of workshops being offered this semester:

FEAR-less Emotion Management” is a 45-minute Zoom workshop with Dallas L. Johnson, Ph.D., held at 2:00 p.m. each Tuesday. In this workshop you will learn how the brain and body respond to real and perceived physical and emotional threat. You can also learn more about this approach by going to this free website. (Please note the fear-less website and content is the sole responsibility of Dallas L. Johnson.)

Stress and Anxiety Management” is a 45-minute Zoom workshop with Ben Rolph, LMFT, held at 3:15 p.m. each Wednesday. This workshop is geared toward helping individuals learn healthy ways to manage and reduce physical, mental, and emotional tension in a variety of settings and situations using the art of acceptance, appreciation, and invitation. 

Therapy Assistance Online (TAO). TAO is an online self-help program that aids in improving mental health. This online program offers eight models of dealing with mental wellness topics. For more information on what TAO offers, please refer to the website.

Suicide Prevention Hotlines 

  • To reach the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center about a mental health emergency, call 208-398-4357.
  • You can reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hours a day to speak with someone live at 800-273-8255.
  • You can text the crisis text line at 741741 for free crisis counseling 24 hours a day.
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