FACULTY & STAFF
The Counseling & Mental Health Center offer a variety of services for TCU faculty and staff including consultations and training. We do not provide treatment services for benefits-eligible TCU employees (even if you are also a student). For information regarding employee assistance review the TCU Employee Assistance Program
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TCU faculty and staff can call the Center during regular business hours and speak with a counselor to discuss any concerns about a student. The counselor can provide advice on how to approach a student in need, discuss any appropriate plans of action, and give information about possible referrals.
Due to laws protecting privacy, the counselor cannot disclose whether or not a student is a client without a signed release of information. In addition, the Center does not have the authority to mandate students to seek services or solicit individuals to seek counseling.
If you are interested in speaking with a counselor for a consultation, please call 817-257-7863. If there is an emergency after hours call Campus Police at 817-257-7777 or dial 911.
You can also call the Dean of Students Office at 817-257-7926 and speak with a staff member. The Dean of Students can assist students in getting the support that they need either through the Counseling and Mental Health Center, or other support services on campus.
The Counseling & Mental Health Center has partnered with the Dean of Students Office to create Red Folder Trainings. This training is designed to teach ways to recognize student distress, provide information about policies and resources for assisting students and to discuss effective skills for approaching a student in need. To schedule training for your department, please contact the Dean of Students, Dr. Karen Bell Morgan at 817-257-7926 or email@example.com.
Called away on business? Attending a conference? Family obligations? There is no need to cancel your class. The Counseling & Mental Health Center partners with Campus Recreation and Wellness Programming to offer programming on mental health issues. Even if you do not need to cancel a class, you are always welcome to request one of our training. The training typically lasts 90 minutes but can easily be condensed down to a shorter version to fit your classroom needs.
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