Student Wellness and Counseling

The UT Southwestern Student Wellness and Counseling Center provides personal counseling, psychotherapy, group therapy, and psychiatric services for UT Southwestern students in the Medical School, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and School of Health Professions. Our goal is to help students maintain wellness and to discover ways of thriving during their time here as students, instead of merely surviving.   

Students who exercise self-care by engaging with our clinical staff experience an enhanced quality of life, personal fulfillment, and academic success. We have a wonderful, diverse staff including medical office assistants, a registered nurse clinical supervisor, clinical psychologists, and psychiatrists. Once students achieve a state of health and balance, they are better able to engage in learning in order to go on in the world to lead and contribute in meaningful ways.

Student Wellness and Counseling Team
Student Wellness and Counseling Team

Services Available to Students 

  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychiatric Assessment and Medication treatments
  • Assessment for learning, attention, and academic issues
  • Mindfulness Classes
  • Grief Counseling
  • Stress and Anxiety Management
  • Wellness and Prevention
  • Consultation
  • After-hours crisis management (214) 645-8680

Mission

The mission of the Student Wellness & Counseling Clinic at UTSW is to facilitate the total development of students by reducing psychological problems and distress and by enhancing mental health, well-being, quality of life, and optimal functioning, through the delivery of high quality, culturally sensitive services to UTSW students and the larger campus community. Our primary focus is on providing brief, confidential counseling aimed at helping students succeed academically and interpersonally.

Multicultural Mission Statement

We value acceptance and appreciation for all differences among people, including those of national origin, race, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, functional ability, socio-economic status, age, and religious affiliation. We believe that valuing cultural diversity from a global perspective maximizes human growth and development, and enhances the quality of life in our community, on our campus, and throughout the world.