Student Counseling Center
- The Student Counseling Center offers services by video and phone, often referred to as "telehealth".
- All you need is a private location, a device (phone, tablet, or computer), and for video sessions, a camera and internet connection for your device.
- You will receive a text message reminder with a link to complete online paperwork prior to your session.
- Your counselor will communicate with you about instructions for connecting to your appointment.
- The Student Counseling Center is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
- Appointments for counseling may be made by calling 903.565.5746, or by going online to schedule an appointment.
- If this is your first time to schedule an appointment with the Student Counseling Center, go to: Schedule First Appointment
- If you have already seen a counselor in the Student Counseling Center, go to: Schedule Follow-Up Appointment
- Depending on a student's schedule, most appointments can be made within the week.
- If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, go to: Request, Cancel or Reschedule an Appointment. If at all possible, please give us 24-hour notice so someone else may take your appointment time.
- Prior to each appointment, you will be asked to fill out an an assessment that will help your counselor identify your needs.
- If you are new to the Student Counseling Center, you will need to go to: New Client Paperwork to complete the information your counselor needs.
- If you have already seen a counselor in the Student Counseling Center, you will be asked to complete on the CCAPS assessment to assist your counselor in tracking your progress. You can find this at: Follow-up Counseling Assessment
- The Student Counseling Center follows a Collaborative Stepped Care model which offers a wide range of services to meet your wellness and mental health needs. Your initial visit is considered a "First Step". During this visit, you will meet with a counselor, who will use their clinical training to work with you to identify the best next step, which may include wellness activities, online services, group counseling, single session problem solving, and/or identifying a need for intensive services. Treatment is based on each student's unique needs.
- Individual sessions typically last about 50 minutes and may be schedule once a week, every other week or monthly.