The Student Counseling Center's new model allows quicker access to services and programs designed to help students manage personal challenges that may interfere with academic progress.
Typical Student Concerns
- "I often feel sad and don't know why."
- "My mind goes blank during tests."
- "I worry too much."
- "It's hard for me to talk to people."
- "I feel like hurting myself."
- "I'm having panic attacks."
- "I'm questioning my sexual identity."
Services We Are Unable to Provide
- Long-term therapy/treatment
- Disability & ADD/ADHD assessments
- Court mandated therapy
- Welfare checks
- Letters for emotional support animals
Support Related to 2019 novel Coronavirus
The Student Counseling Center expresses our deepest condolences to those we have lost and the many people and families in China, Asia and across the world who are impacted by the 2019 novel Coronavirus. The travel ban and other policy changes also negatively affect our international students on campus, and we have also been troubled to learn multiple discriminatory and xenophobic incidents have happened on campus that target Chinese and Asian/Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community. Although fear for health-related concerns may be legitimate, mocking, stereotyping, or marginalizing international students and AAPI community causes stress and trauma and is never acceptable. Because of this, the Student Counseling Center condemns any actions that racialize infectious diseases against marginalized communities. Please follow this link HERE to read more about our support for students during this challenging time.
- Individual, Couple and Group Counseling
- Self-Help Topics
- Faculty and Staff: Assist a Troubled Student
- Resources for Parents
- Center for Students in Recovery
- Statement of Support for Our Students Related to Recent Events & Public Commentary Promoting Hatred and Violence
- Diversity Statement
- Self Evaluator - Mental Health ScreeningFrequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Tell us how we are doing
- Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)
Comet ChatComet Chat is a brief (15-20 min), confidential, and free consultation with a mental health professional. You can talk about concerns and receive support, perspective, resources, and suggestions about solutions. Appointments are free and seen on a first come, first serve basis. Now available at our new Residence Hall North Location (RHN 2.0S3).
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Mental Health Facilities
9441 LBJ Frwy, Suite 350
Dallas, TX 75243
Crisis Phone: 866-260-8000
Main Phone: 1-877-653-6363
Counties Served: Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, Rockwall
1515 Heritage Drive
McKinney, TX 75069
Crisis Phone: 1-877-422-5939
Main Phone: 1-877-422-5939
Counties Served: Collin