INDIVIDUAL & GROUP COUNSELING
Individual counseling services are goal-oriented and typically last 45-50 minutes. We do not use formal session limits, but rather emphasize measurable treatment goals, which indicate how long the course of counseling should be. Students interested in “open-ended counseling,” or think they need to be in counseling for a long period of time, can ask us about seeking treatment from a community provider. Some of the more common reasons that students request individual counseling at our center include stress and anxiety, academic pressures, relationships and family concerns, depression, test anxiety, disordered eating, grief, and self-esteem issues.
Group counseling offers a greater focus on specific issues as well as shared therapeutic experiences with other students. The number and content of our therapy groups vary each semester, so please check this page at the start of each Fall and Spring semesters for updates.
Alphabet Soup is a small, therapy group in a safe and supportive environment for students who identify as: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and those wanting to explore their sexual orientation and/or gender identity or expression. The group is designed to provide a space to share individual struggles and joys, as well as learn more about oneself. Diverse viewpoints will be welcomed and respected. Alphabet Soup is open to undergraduate students.
Space is limited. Please contact us to learn more about current availability. A pre-group meeting is required before joining this group.
Wednesdays 3:30 pm-5:00 pm CST
Get Connected is a small, confidential therapy group held in a safe and supportive space. In this group you will learn more about yourself and how you interact with others, which will help you feel better about yourself and your relationships. The group meets once a week for 1.5 hours and is facilitated by two trained therapists. Group members talk about a broad range of issues, including academics, peer and romantic relationships, family issues, personal growth, and self-esteem. The group is time-limited; the group facilitators will contact members with the start date for the Get Connected group. A brief, 15 minute pre-group meeting is required before joining this group.
Open to undergraduate students.
Substance Use & Recovery Services are offered to students with the desire to change their alcohol, cannabis, and/or other substance use. Services include individual counseling, assessments and referrals to off-campus treatment, and connection to the Collegiate Recovery Community on campus.
If you are inquiring about scheduling an appointment for an alcohol or drug violation from the University, please visit the Substance Use & Recovery Services office website, surs.tcu.edu