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Counseling and Testing Services

Counseling and Testing Services (CTS) provides comprehensive psychological services to all UNT students. CTS consists of two inter-related parts: Counseling Services and Testing Services. We invite you to explore our programs and services and let us know how we can help you.

At this point in the semester, we are experiencing a high volume of students requesting services and have only a few more weeks left in the semester. If you are in need of counseling, please contact us for a Solution-Focused Session. During this appointment, you will meet with a clinician who will work to assist you with finding solutions to any current issues or concerns and discuss options for self-help Therapy-Assisted Online (TAO) or workshops that might be helpful to you for the duration of this semester.

If you are needing more ongoing individual counseling support, the clinician may discuss possible community referrals to meet your needs.

If you are concerned for your or someone else’s safety (e.g., thoughts of harming yourself or others), please note that we have walk-in counselors available Monday-Friday 8-4pm, in Chestnut 311.  If you need crisis support after hours, you can call our office at 940-565-2741 to speak to a crisis counselor.  You may also call Denton County MHMR Crisis line 1-800-762-0157 (24 hours per day) or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 (24 hours per day) and a live chat is available at http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org


WE'RE HERE FOR YOU. Starting college can be both an exciting and scary time. We recognize that many UNT students need help during this transition and are being impacted by historical and recent events as well. Our staff are here to help you navigate through these times.

We support the decision of UNT Dining Services to stand with our diverse community and take action when a publicized racist act was committed in our dining halls.  If this or other acts of oppression has impacted you, please know that we are here to support you!

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About Counseling

How Do I Make an Initial Appointment?

About Testing


http://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/unt - A free, anonymous mental health screening that will help you determine what UNT resource may be beneficial

ULifeline.orgYour online resource for college mental health


Weekly Workshops and Therapy Group Calendar

Interested in Counseling,
try tao.unt.edu

Self Screening Tool This screening will ask you a few questions in each area and provide some feedback along with some ideas about next steps you can take, such as trying TAO Self-Help.

Services by CTS
Working on issues within a group setting can be a highly supportive and productive way to address personal...
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Come to CTS to visit with Buddy, Dakota, Willow, and Rockstar, our four therapy dogs!
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Outreach Programming.
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A showcase put on to help students empower themselves, as well as other students and educate about mental...
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Testing Services.
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“Let’s Talk” is a program that brings licensed therapists to the UNT residence halls for easy access to...
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CTS appreciates and values the collaboration between our department and others, and strive to understand the...
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While choosing a career is an ongoing and complicated process, it can be made much more manageable with...
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Connect with Us

This e-mail address should not be used to schedule or reschedule appointments. Please contact our office for scheduling inquiries.
(940) 565-2741
Physical Address
Chestnut Hall, Suite 311