The Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience serves the mental and emotional health needs of Michigan Medicine faculty and staff. They provide free-of-charge and confidential counseling, consultation, coaching and stress debriefing services to help faculty and staff develop strength and resilience in their personal and professional lives. They also offer a number of programs designed to help individuals and departments reduce burnout, compassion fatigue, and to foster resilience.
These services are confidential and seek to enhance the emotional health, well-being and job performance of members of the university community.
Mental Health Counseling and Consultation Services are part of U-M Health and Well-Being Services, which also includes MHealthy and Occupational Health Services.