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Training for the next step in your career is exciting – and it can be stressful. Balancing work and studying, dealing with changes in relationships, and adjusting to life in a new place can be tough. Whether experiencing problems such as homesickness, school-related stress, trouble regulating sleeping or eating habits, conflicts with peers or family, or more severe mental health issues, many students find they benefit from a visit to the Student Counseling Center.
We provide mental health services as part of the Student Health Clinic. Our staff includes a psychiatrist and a psychologist, both of whom have extensive experience in working with both common every day psychological problems and severe mental health issues. Counseling is provided in a private and comfortable setting.
Problems we work with range from the everyday stresses of juggling school, work, and relationships to more chronic issues, such as dealing with health-related conditions or disabilities. We see students struggling with difficult feelings or situations, making important life decisions, living away from home, or adjusting to a new country or culture. Whatever a student’s past experiences, values, or beliefs, we enjoy helping students find the help they need.
Consider seeking professional help if these symptoms are persistent or become severe:
TAO (Therapy Assistance Online), is an interactive, self-guided, web-based program that consists of tools and educational materials to help you learn about and change how you think and feel.Learn About TAO
UT Professional Building
6410 Fannin St. Suite 130
Houston, TX 77030
Hours: M-F 8:30 – 5:00 PM (Appointments preferred)
Acute illness walk-ins can be seen from 9-11 AM and 1-3 PM
For non-life threatening emergencies please contact our after-hours nurse triage line at 713-500-5171.
For Psychiatry on call please call 713-500-5173.
Crisis Line for student and someone needs help call 713-500-4688 (available 24 hours a day).
The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD 24-hour Crisis Line: 713-970-7000, press 1