Program for Mental Health Wellness

Jenna Teso, LCSW
College of Nursing, Room 403
(520) 626-3812
jennateso@email.arizona.edu

Jenna Teso, LCSW is a Mental Health Counselor in the UArizona Health Sciences Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion. She provides confidential and free services including:  

  • Consultation for students and faculty and staff (for concerns about students)
  • Assessment
  • Referrals to campus and community resources
  • Brief Individual Therapy
  • Support Group Facilitation
  • Trainings
  • Workshops
  • Class Presentations

To schedule an appointment, please email Jenna by clicking on the referral link below or phone (520) 626-3812.

Campus and State-wide Resources

 

Wellness Blog

Fighting the Quarantine Blues

With all the disruption we’ve faced lately, most of us are experiencing some level of “the blues” at times.  Between social isolation, financial worries, and losing the comfort of our routine, it’s no wonder we might feel down!  Try some of these tips to help yourself feel better:

 

Wellness in the Time of Covid-19: Avoid Information Overload!

The current Covid-19 crisis is impacting all of us...as a University community, city, state, nation, and world.  Being such a “hot topic,” there is an unlimited amount of information to consume on every platform imaginable.  Newspapers, websites, social media...literally everywhere! 

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Kaye Godbey
UA Campus Health Service

The Program for Mental Health Wellness of the UArizona Health Sciences Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion strives to create an aware and educated community of students, faculty, and staff that values mental health wellness and promotion and is committed to inclusive excellence. Our program will support the Health Sciences community by:

  • Facilitating access and availability to services
  • Screening and referring to community resources
  • Removing stigmas or barriers associated with mental health wellness
  • Promoting a positive mental health wellness culture
  • Valuing the unique perspectives and experiences of all individuals
  • Collaborating with on- and off-campus resources