Satellite Location Clinical Services
The University of Idaho Counseling and Testing Center on the Moscow campus is here to help you. We are offering telehealth (online) counseling sessions with our team of social workers and psychologists, initial psychiatric consultations with a psychiatric nurse practitioner as well as case management assistance to University of Idaho students at our five satellite locations.
To make an appointment with one of our clinicians call the CTC Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST at 208-885-6716 (press 1).
You also have access to telephone counseling after hours and on weekends 365 days a year, through Protocol by calling 208-885-6716 (press 3).
Additional services available include access to drop-in programs, workshops and group counseling all via Zoom.
Additional Services Available
Let's Talk - Satellite Students
Let's Talk provides students with an opportunity to have an informal, confidential, anonymous conversation with a CTC therapist via Zoom.
Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m. PST for Satellite Campus Students
We're Here for You!
The CTC provides clinical services to University of Idaho students on the following locations:
Frequently Asked Questions
The Counseling & Testing Center's (CTC) staff of psychologists, social workers, supervised doctoral interns and graduate students offers students a wide range of counseling services, resources and referrals.
The CTC is committed to offering services via telehealth that are inclusive and respectful of all students, regardless of race and/or ethnicity, sex, color, religion, spirituality, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability or veteran status.
Any University of Idaho student who is enrolled either half-time or full-time capacity is eligible for services at the CTC, including students enrolled at satellite locations.
Students enrolled at a satellite location can contact the CTC by phone, 208-885-6716 or via email at email@example.com. One of the CTC Administrative Assistants will contact you to schedule an appointment.
The appointment will be held on zoom, you will receive the zoom information prior to your scheduled appointment via email.
The CTC practices from a time-limited model. In general, clinicians meet with clients every other week, but you may meet with your assigned clinician to meet more frequently or less frequently depending on what is most helpful.
The CTC has a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who meets with students for psychiatric consultations and medication evaluations. Students will typically be referred to a medical practitioner in their home community for on-going treatment.
If this is a medical emergency, contact 911 and request services in your home community.
CTC EMERGENCY Crisis Hotline | 208-885-6716, Press #3
Crisis telephone counseling is available after hours and on weekends 365 days a year by calling 208-885-6716.
CTC EMERGENCY Crisis Intervention Appointments | Call 208-885-6716, Press #1
Same-day appointments are available during normal business hours for students experiencing a crisis.
The Counseling & Testing Center is located in Mary E. Forney Hall Room 306. We are open from Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST
Local Crisis Resources
- Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho (pcccsi.com) | Boise
- Saint Alphonsus Inpatient Behavioral Health (saintalphonsus.org) | Boise
- North Idaho Crisis Center (nicrisiscenter.org) | Coeur d’ Alene
- Behavioral Health Crisis Center Idaho Falls (eastidahocrisis.com) | Idaho Falls
- St. Luke's McCall Medical Center (stlukesonline.org) | McCall
- Alternatives to Violence on the Palouse (atvp.org)| 1-877-334-2887 | Moscow
- Crisis Center of South Central Idaho (crisisidaho.com) | Twin Falls
National Crisis Resources
There is no cost for individual counseling.
A $25 fee is assessed for all psychiatric consultations. This fee is assessed to your student account. The CTC does not bill insurance.
You may want to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider in your home community who can provide referrals to practitioners.
You can also schedule an appointment with our case manager at the CTC who may be able to assistant with coordinating referrals for a provider in our area.