Brain and Behavior
Mental health resources
The Southern Utah University Psychology Department values our students irrespective of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, culture, religion, nationality, capabilities, or disabilities. As fellow members of the community, we are here for more than academic learning. Our faculty and staff are committed to the intellectual, physical, and emotional health of all members of the campus community. Should anyone experience problems or issues with depression, anxiety, grief, discrimination, alienation or marginalization, helplessness or hopelessness, self-harm, or thoughts of suicide, we implore you to seek us out without hesitation. Our commitment is to listen and to help you find the resources you might need.