INDIVIDUAL & GROUP COUNSELING

Our counseling services that are defined as goal-oriented and individual sessions typically last 45-50 minutes. Stress, academic pressures, relationships and family concerns, depression, test anxiety, disordered eating, grief, and self-esteem issues are some of the more common reasons that students request counseling.

Group counseling offers peer support and a greater focus on specific issues. The number and content of these groups vary each semester but groups for the Fall 2019 semester include the following.  Specific locations and times are not confirmed for fall 2019, please check back by September 1, 2019 for dates and locations or call our main office at 817-257-7863.

Alphabet Soup Group – A space for LGBTQ+ students to share individual struggles and joys, as well as learn more about oneself.

Depression & Anxiety Support Group –  A supportive and encouraging place for TCU students affected by depression and/or anxiety.

Collegiate Recovery Peer Support Meeting – Open and anonymous peer support group for any TCU student who has the desire to change their alcohol, marijuana, or other substance use. No sign up necessary, just show up.

“Get Connected” GroupFeeling disconnected or not yourself, or feeling stress from relationships in your life? This is the group for you.

Graduate Student Support GroupA supportive place for graduate students dealing with stress, work/life balance, and managing professional and personal relationships.

Grief Group – A supportive place to cope with grief and loss, receive comfort and encouragement and benefit from understanding in a non-judgmental way. Student loss must be at least 1 year out.

Keep Calm and Stress Less Workshop A 3-session cognitive behavioral therapy-oriented workshop to learn anxiety management skills.

Meditation Group for Stress, Anxiety & Sleep – A 6-week group focused on practicing various styles of meditation to reduce daily stress and ruminative worry & improve sleep. 

The Ripple Effect: Open and Anonymous peer support group for any TCU student who has been affected by a family member, friend, or loved one’s substance use. No sign up necessary, just show up.

Substance Use & Recovery Services

TCU Alcohol & Drug Education promotes responsible decision making and healthy lifestyle choices for TCU students, particularly regarding alcohol, drugs, and related issues. Visit ade.tcu.edu for more information on programs and services.