In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), St Petersburg University Psychological Clinic moved online on 26 March 2020. Consultations are now held online via Skype or WhatsApp depending on each client’s personal preferences.

Other conditions of psychological counselling remain unchanged. We kindly remind you that you can request a consultation by submitting a registration form or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Dear Students and staff members! If you find yourself in a difficult life situation or have problems solving psychological issues connected with:

  • Studies
  • Conflicts in the family
  • Feeling lonely
  • Adjusting to new life conditions
  • Self-identification
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Anxiety conditions or depression

You can get psychological support from the experts of the Psychological Clinic of the University for free.

The Psychological Clinic was set up at St Petersburg University to offer help and support to those who need to solve different problems and overcome difficult life situations. Leading experts of the Clinic will help their clients sort out problems, make personal or family relations more effective, improve the quality of life, and cope with a whole variety of problems.

At the Psychological Clinic of the University we provide:

  • individual counselling
  • professional counselling (for those who experience difficulties with their professional identity)
  • counselling for parents of younger children
  • psychological support groups

Service is provided by teachers of the Faculty of Psychology at St Petersburg University. They are experienced specialists with all the necessary qualifications in the field of psychological counselling. They are assisted by professionally trained students in the Faculty. You can find more information about the specialists and the psychological support service here

The duration of sessions is 50 minutes. You can get five free consultations a year.

Students’ presence at the sessions is a necessary condition of free consultations.

  • Submit a request for a consultation via registration form
  • Call +7 (812) 363-65-01 or +7 (812) 328-94-17
  • Book an appointment on the website

We have recently launched a Skype hot line. Its aim is to provide free and anonymous psychological help in difficult life situations. Hot line working hours: 09:00 – 21:00 (Moscow time). You can contact any of our psychologists from around the World. The calls are voice only, no video calls are available.

How to access?

  • Download or open Skype
  • Login: SPBU-HELP-1
  • Make a call

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ATTENTION! In case of a major crisis situation, if you need urgent psychological support, you can call +7 (812) 363-65-01 or +7 (812) 328-94-17. Our specialists will contact you and arrange a nonscheduled face-to-face session.