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The Counseling & Mental Health Center is currently offering in-person sessions as well as remote sessions per request (students must be in Texas at the time of their appointment to utilize a remote counseling session).  We’re also following the lead of the University and Health Center by not requiring facial masks at this time. We do ask that students follow current health and safety guidelines and we reserve the right to reschedule sessions if a student presents with symptoms of illness. We are also scheduling all non-crisis appointments, including the initial triage/intake session. 

If you are a currently enrolled and registered student and wish to schedule an appointment, please call our main office at 817-257-7863. You may also email our front office at d.norton@tcu.edu or visit our center, which is the 2nd floor of Jarvis Hall, to schedule an appointment

If you feel an urgent need to speak to a counselor outside of regular business hours, please call our phone counseling helpline at 817-257-7233.  This service is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. In the event of an emergency, please call Campus Police at 817-257-7777, or dial 911.

 

Peer Programs

TCU has a variety of peer support programs that allow TCU students to reach out to one another for support and connection. Find one that works for you

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FrogConnect

If you’re looking for someone to go with to the TCU game, meet for lunch in the BLUU or even attend an on-campus event, try one of the FrogConnect groups and meet a new Horned Frog today.

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The Counseling & Mental Health Center provide two training opportunities for graduate students. The Practicum Placement is for graduate students in the counseling and clinical psychology field and the Graduate Assistantship is with the TCU College of Education. 

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The Counseling & Mental Health Center collaborates with community providers to offer a variety of specialized services to TCU students. Some of these services are available without additional cost to students, such as our nationally recognized Equine Assisted Therapy Program. Other specialized services are covered by the student health insurance (or other major insurance providers).  To learn more about these services, visit the Specialized Services page.

Email Dr. Eric Wood for more information.