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Maintaining and enhancing your health is essential for the successful pursuit of your goals at King Hall and beyond. The UC Davis Wellness Portal contains campus resources to help you stay well, including medical, mental health, substance abuse, and other wellness programs and services. 

Counseling Services at King Hall

The School of Law now has a psychologist embedded at King Hall, dedicated to serving the counseling needs of law students. Dr. Margaret Lee brings more than 20 years of clinical experience to this position. Dr. Lee aims to promote wellness and self-care practices among law students that they can carry into their professional lives. All registered King Hall students are eligible for brief individual counseling, in a confidential and convenient setting within King Hall. Dr. Lee will help students determine whether each student's needs are best met in house, or by a specialist/provider outside of King Hall.

As a registered School of Law students you are eligible for short-term individual counseling, at no charge, in a confidential and convenient setting within King Hall. Dr. Lee will help you determine whether your needs are best met in house, or by a specialist/provider outside of King Hall. She will also provide occasional wellness programs on specific topics throughout the year.

Individual counseling is a supportive process, a safe place to talk things through, gain perspective and skills for managing life’s challenges.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Lee, contact her directly via:

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: Adjacent to Mabie Law Library

Wellness Room at King Hall

King Hall students who want a quiet space to relax can visit the Wellness Room (Room 2255) where students can practice yoga and meditation, stretch, pray, or simply unwind. 

Campus Counseling Services

As a UC Davis student, you also have the option of seeing a counselor outside of King Hall, at two other Counseling Services locations: North Hall (E Quad, near the Memorial Union) or the Student Health and Wellness Center, which also houses Urgent Care. Both can be reached by calling (530) 752-2349.

24-hour Consultation Line is also available for UCD students who wish to speak to someone immediately, at (530) 752-0871.

Lawyer Assistance Program, State Bar of California

Other wellness and assistance programs, specific to the law profession are provided at the State Bar of California's Lawyer Assistance Program website. This site includes self-assessment tests for anxiety and depression. While these tests cannot substitute for a professional evaluation, they can help determine if you should receive a thorough professional assessment regarding depression, anxiety, or the use of alcohol or drugs.

Student Disability Center

The Student Disability Center (SDC) offers advising, assistance and resources to students with physical, communicative, or learning disabilities, as well as for temporary impairments. Learn more about services and accessibility at our Student Disability Center page.