The University Counseling Center (UCC) offers a range of services to support students. Our goal is to provide you with timely and flexible access to wellness and mental health resources and to empower you to find solutions, achieve your goals, and feel better. Due to COVID-19, for the safety of students and our staff, we are currently providing ALL of our services virtually. All of the services listed below are available to Distance Education students and on-line students. Here are some things to know before your first tele-mental appointment.
Interested in speaking to a counselor and taking the first step to connect to the Counseling Center? Click here.
Crisis Intervention/Counselor on Duty
Are you a student in crisis or are you concerned about a student in crisis? Click here. A Counselor on Duty is available Monday-Friday from 9-11:30am and 1-4pm for phone consults with students, and to consult with faculty/staff/family/friends who may be concerned about a student.
Mental Health Screenings/Mood Check
Anonymous on-line mental health screenings for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, disordered eating, gambling addiction, and substance abuse are available here.
TAO is an on-line, mobile friendly platform of tools and educational materials to help you understand and change your thought patterns. Students, staff, and faculty can use TAO to manage stress and anxiety, improve mood, and develop better communication and self-care skills. Register for free with your TAMU-CC email.
University Counseling Center staff provide short-term individual counseling services to help students address personal concerns that interfere with academic success.
Groups and Workshops
Group counseling and workshops are popular and beneficial treatment options. Students appreciate meeting in a safe, supportive setting with other students who share similar concerns and issues. Click here for information about current and upcoming groups and workshops.
Not sure if you need counseling? Curious about tools that might help you better manage stress or time? Let’s Talk is a program that allow you to meet informally with a counselor.
Case Management/Community Referrals
The UCC Case Manager can assist students with community referrals to address mental health and basic needs. Click here for more information about Case Management Services. Click here for information about local community mental health resources.
Virtual Relaxation Room
Due to COVID-19, the UCC Relaxation Room is currently closed. Click here to connect to a menu with virtual relaxation resources.
Psychiatric ServicesFor some students, psychotropic medication can be an important component of their mental health treatment plan. For more information about UCC Psychiatric Services click here.