Medical ServicesMen's Health
Our providers understand that men may have particular physical, emotional, and sexual health issues and concerns.
- Physical exam
- General or sports-related injuries
- Prevention, assessment, and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
- Genital concerns (e.g., prostate issues, testicular pain, problems with erections, early ejaculation, etc.)
- Contraceptive counseling
- Common skin conditions
- Rectal complaints
- Drug and alcohol use
- Nutrition counseling and weight concerns
- Transgender care
- Groin strains/injuries (e.g., hernias)
Meet the clinical members of the Men's Health Team who have led the men's health initiative. You may schedule an appointment with any of these clinicians or the medical providers found on the Meet Our Staff page for Medical Services.
To schedule an appointment with a provider, please visit the medical Appointments section of this site.
- Stress, depression, or anxiety
- Drug and alcohol use
- Sleep quality
- Pornography and Internet addiction
- Managing emotions
- Eating or body image concerns
- Gender identity
Meet the clinical members of the Men's Health Team who have led the men's health initiative. You may schedule an appointment with any of these clinicians or the mental health clinicians found on the Meet Our Staff page for Counseling and Psychological Services.
To schedule an appointment at Counseling and Psychological Services, please visit the counseling Appointments section of this site.
- Men’s Peer Education Program
- Learning about healthy, positive sexuality
- Discussing and exploring masculinity, privilege, violence, and change
- Building skills to talk to others about consent and respect, and to support survivors
- Exploring strategies to intervene in potentially unhealthy situations in your organization or community
- HIV testing and sexual-health counseling; walk-in hours available for the entire Columbia community (Gay Health Advocacy Project or GHAP)
- Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center
Alice! Health Promotion seeks to make the campus healthier by connecting students with information and resources, cultivating healthy attitudes and behaviors, and fostering a culture that values and supports a healthy community.
You may be interested to learn about the following resources offered by Alice!:
- CU Move
- Go Ask Alice!
- Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention