Wurster Hall Services
The College of Environmental Design has partnered as a satellite office with Counseling and Psychological Services at the University Health Services (UHS) Tang Center to provide free and confidential consultations by appointment to CED graduate and undergraduate students related to personal, professional and academic concerns. Professional consultation is also available for CED faculty and staff regarding student issues and concerns.
Wurster Hall's counselor is Dr. Amy Honigman, a licensed psychologist with Counseling and Psychological Services. Dr. Honigman can help you make progress with any number of issues you may be struggling with, but is particularly skilled in helping students address and overcome:
- Stress and anxiety
- Depressed moods and low self-esteem
- Procrastination, time management and decision-making
- Family conflicts and pressures
- Relationship, break-up and intimacy issues
- Challenges faced by ethnic minority students, first-generation college students, and/or undocumented students
- Struggles in the “coming out” process for LGBTQI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and intersex) students
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Transition, grief and loss
Schedule an Appointment
The best way to schedule a consultation or appointment with Dr. Honigman is to send her a secure message through the UHS website's e-Tang portal (accessible via the orange logo link in the top center of the University Health Services webpage). You may also leave a voice message for her at 510-664-4575 or 510-642-6633.
If you have any questions for Dr. Honigman or would like to learn more about the services she provides at Wurster Hall, contact her at email@example.com. You may also leave a voice message for her at 510-664-4575 or 510-642-6633.
About the University's Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is located on the third floor of the Tang Center and is staffed by a team of dedicated professional counselors who provide brief individual, couples, group, career and drop-in/urgent-needs counseling. Psychiatrists are also on staff at the Tang Center to provide medication evaluations. Workshops for students and trainings for staff are also provided by request and with advance notice. For more information, see the Counseling and Psychological Services website.
EMERGENCY SITUATION: If you are aware of any high-risk student who is in immediate danger of self-harm or of harming others, or who is experiencing severe psychological symptoms, please refer the student directly to the CPS/Tang Center crisis walk-in hours: Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Students may also self-refer.
If the Tang Center is closed, you and/or the student can call the After Hours Assistance Line at 510-643-7197 and ask to speak with a counselor.
Crisis/suicide prevention hotlines: Students can call 1–800–273-TALK any time of the day.