Looking for counseling?


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Group Counseling
If a group is indicated as a group in which a screening appointment is needed, an individual must schedule a screening prior to attending the group to determine if the group will be able to meet their needs.
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Individual Therapy
Common concerns addressed in counseling include stress/anxiety, low self-esteem, body image concerns, identity development, relationship challenges, depression, academic performance, and substance use.  
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Couples Counseling
Couples may benefit from counseling when conflict arises, value differences are present, or a big decision is needing to be made. 
Student testing
Exam Testing
The Professional & Academic Testing Center offers test proctoring services to members of the DFW community. 
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Vocational Counseling
While choosing a career is an ongoing and complicated process, it can be made much more manageable with...
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Outreach Programing
CTS can provide a wide range of programming (e.g., presentations, trainings) for faculty and staff, at other...




Why Counseling and Testing Services?

    • Included in your tuition
    • Sense of Belonging
    • Fun groups and workshops
    • Safe space for healing
    • Caring staff



How do I schedule a counseling appointment?

We have different levels of consultation. Please see our levels of consultation  to find out how to schedule based on what level you are seeking.

How do we contact you?

For counseling services: our office number is 940-565-2741 (press option 2) and our email is CounselingAndTestingServices@unt.edu. For testing services: call 940-369-7617 or email at gatewaytesting@unt.edu. 

Do you do medication managment?

We do not do medicaiton managment. Please check out the SHWC on the second floor of Chestnut Hall.

Do you do mental health testing?
 We do not do any mental health testing. Please check out the Psychology Clinic in Terrill Hall 171 or book a Case Managment appointment with us so we can help you find other resources.
What about counseling appointment paperwork? How long does it take?
We do require paperwork before all appointments. All our paperwork is done online. In order to access the paperwork, you will need to schedule an appointment with us first. If this is your first appointment with us this semester, paperwork will take 15-25 minutes to complete.
What testing do you offer?
Our office does not offer any testing. The Testing Center at the Gateway center offers academic testing.
Where is the counseling office located?
We are located in suite 313/311, on the 3rd floor of Chestnut Hall off of Chestnut Street.
What are your counseling office's hours?
We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Hours do not differ over the Summer or Winter break. We are closed during holidays when the University is closed.
How much does counseling cost?
This is included in your tuition so there are no extra fees and no insurance needed.
Where can I park for my counseling appointment?
Lot 5 is next to Chestnut Hall. You may park where it says Patient Parking and we can validate the parking after your appointment. If you have further questions, please call 940-565-2741.
How do I get my counseling records sent to other offices?
To sent any confidential information as a current client, we will have you sign a Release of Information (ROI). Please reach out to us to start that process at 940-565-2741.