Greetings from Dr. Linda Wolszon: Director of Counseling & Mental Health
Parents of TCU students can contact our Center during regular business hours to discuss any relevant concerns about a student. We 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 state and federal law, we may not disclose whether a student (over the age 18) is a client of ours without a signed release of information. If you want information about a student’s progress in therapy, we suggest you speak with that student directly, or ask them to sign a release of information. In addition, we do not have the authority to mandate that students seek our services, or solicit individuals to seek counseling.
If you are interested in speaking with a counselor, please call our office at 817-257-7863. If there is an emergency after hours, please call the Campus police at 817-257-7777 or dial 911.
- Frequently Asked Questions – A list of top questions the Counseling and Mental Health Center receives from families.
- The Jed Foundation – works nationally to reduce the rate of suicide and the prevalence of emotional distress among college and university students.
- TCU Parents & Families Programs – general information specifically for parents and families of TCU students.
- Other resource materials are available at our Center and on this website under the “resources” section. If you would like more information or wish to speak with a counselor, please call our office at 817-257-7863.