A Place to Talk

Private peer listening at Johns Hopkins University
Visit us in-person Sunday-Thursday in Brody 4010 from 7pm-1am and in Wolman from 7pm-11pm EST

A Place to Talk (APTT) is the peer listening group for the Johns Hopkins community. We offer a cozy environment for anyone to discuss anything, from everyday frustrations to serious concerns. Our peer listeners are undergraduate students who have been selected and trained in 50 hours of active listening skills and crisis intervention through the JHU Counseling Center. We are trained to listen and respond without giving advice. We'll help you explore your thoughts and feelings and come up with your own solutions.

If you have any questions or concerns about A Place to Talk, please email us. We take privacy very seriously. All communications with and visits to A Place to Talk are kept private.

Why elephants? At A Place to Talk, just like elephants, we're all ears!


Come visit us Sunday-Thursday in Brody 4010 and Wolman!

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