2018-2019 Graduate Catalog

Counseling Center

The Counseling & Mental Center supports the mental health needs and personal and academic success of TCU students. Through high-quality clinical care, innovative groups and outreach programs, and campus consultation, we help students fully engage in their education, find their confidence and realize their potential.

Whether working on self-discovery or struggling with stress, anxiety, relationship concerns or psychiatric issues, students can expect confidential and expert care from compassionate, respectful, licensed mental health professionals. The staff include psychologists, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers and a board-certified psychiatrist, all of whom value human diversity and are committed to culturally competent and inclusive care.

Some services we provide:

  • Walk-in counseling (same-day)
  • Short-term individual and couples counseling
  • Graduate Student Support Group
  • Meditation Group for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety
  • 24/7 Counseling Helpline (817-257-SAFE)
  • Psychiatric consultation (for students in counseling at this center only)
  • Referral assistance (for longer-term care or specialized needs)
  • Suicide awareness and prevention training
  • Other mental health programs on request

The Counseling & Mental Health Center is located on the ground floor of Samuelson Hall (near the TCU Post Office). Our regular semester hours are Monday-Wednesday 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Thursday and Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; phone: 817-257-7863.

Website: http://counseling.tcu.edu