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Telehealth University

Mental health for The college Community

University Partnerships

Acacia is here to provide solutions to higher education institutes that want to provide well-rounded care to students and staff.

What We Offer

Tailored Therapy

We provide individual, couples, and group therapy with providers that are passionate about college student health in your community.

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Access to Acacia

Your on-campus staff will be able to participate with Acacia's group consultations, panel events, and use services at discounted rates.

In-House Psychiatry

We provide individual medication management with providers that work alongside each individual's therapy so they won't have to go far for care.

Care Collaboration

Your on-campus team will work directly with a dedicated telehealth team to coordinate care with students and meet university needs.

Your Dedicated Provider Team

Partnering with Acacia Telehealth means creating growth opportunities within our communities. We strongly believe in creating a family at Acacia and we extend that invite to you!

Acacia is a resource for your university and we want to grow alongside everyone by hiring providers that represent your community, making a student or staff member’s first interaction with Acacia Telehealth easy and encouraging, and listening and adapting to their needs.

“We love serving students! It is our passion and our life’s work. There is nothing more fulfilling to us than to see students thrive in the face of adversity and develop into even more amazing versions of themselves."
Dr. Brett, Dr. Keith, Dr. Robbyn, and Jess
Acacia Counseling and Wellness

Hannah Thomson, LCSW

Acacia Telehealth Director

Madison Sanello

Office Manager | CA

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers regarding our University partnerships

Good news, our clients do not have to be a college student or from one of our partnered universities to start therapy at Acacia! We do require our clients to be at least 18 years old.

We specialize in the college experience and what happens in or around this time. Our mission – to serve and engage the college community, which can include those who are students, faculty members, recent graduates, nontraditional students, and those thinking about attending college.

With Acacia Telehealth we want to take measures to make sure you are safe and in a space that will provide the best possible therapeutic experience. We require that all clients are in a private and addressable space during sessions (our providers will verify your location for your safety).

State law protects the confidentiality of communications between a client and a therapist.

There are notable exceptions:

  • Mandated reporting for suspected Child/Elderly Abuse
  • Serious threat of physical violence toward others
  • Serious threat of danger toward self
  • Court order
  • Information requested by FBI
  • A client signing a Release of Information (ROI) to coordinate care between providers or outside parties

If you are University member and looking to establish an official Acacia Telehealth partnership, please contact our University team to discuss your campus’ needs and how we can provide tailored services.

If you are hoping to begin referring students or faculty to our services, you may give them our contact information or send them the Appointment Request Form.

We currently collaborate with several universities across California and Minnesota including: University of California, Davis, University of California, Santa Cruz, University of California, Santa Barbara, University of California, Los Angeles, University of California, Irvine, University of California, San Diego, and University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Yes! We adapt to each university’s needs. If you need more resources for students than you do staff and faculty, we will work with that. If you believe you need certain specialties in your community, we will work to provide those in Acacia Telehealth offerings.

Let’s discuss!