UT Tyler Student Counseling Center
The Mission of the Student Counseling Center is to help students resolve personal concerns and acquire the skills, attitudes, abilities, and insight that will enable them to meet the challenges of student life. The transitions and stresses of life affect all students to a greater or lesser degree and may require the help of a qualified professional. Licensed professional counselors are available to provide a variety of services for a wide range of concerns in a trusting and confidential setting.
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Complete this 5 to 10 minute
self-assessment to learn if a
treatable mental health problem could be affecting you or a friend.
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Student Counseling Center (903.566.7254) and
other local resources.
Find out more about different mental health issues affecting students
Online screening for PTSD, depression and related disorders.
Service members and families: take an anonymous assessment online at http://www.militarymentalhealth.org/
Concerned about the behavior of a student? Click here to submit a Report of Concern
or if you would like more information about resources available
please follow this link to the Student Behavior Concerns website.The University of Texas at TylerStudent Counseling Center3900 University Blvd.University Center room 3170Tyler, Tx 75799Ph: 903.566.7254