“Let’s Talk” is a program that brings licensed therapists to the UNT residence halls for easy access to informal and confidential consultations. Every Wednesday 1-3 pm, your UNT Housing Counselors will be at various residence halls (see schedule tab) to help you problem-solve any concerns and learn more about counseling services at UNT.
Meet our Let’s Talk therapists!
Housing Counselor- Maple Hall
Melissa Mckenna and Kelsey Corken are licensed therapists part of UNT Counseling and Testing Services. They serve as Housing Counselors located in Maple Hall to provide easy access to mental health services for students living on campus. Although they provide counseling sessions by appointment only, they are always eager to meet residence hall students! Whenever their doors are open (B138 and C124) you are welcome to stop by to say hello or ask any questions. They offer presentations on mental health to students as well as weekly workshops for students. They also provide consultation services for “Let’s Talk.”
What does a “Let’s Talk” visit look like?
There is no appointment or fee necessary. A UNT ID IS REQUIRED to confirm current enrollment. Consultations are available at a first-come, first-serve basis at various residence halls throughout the fall/spring semester. You will meet with a therapist to address any concerns/difficult emotions/mental health questions. The therapist will listen and provide support, perspective, and referrals to additional resources that may help you. “Let’s Talk” is not a formal counseling session, but your Let’s Talk clinician can help you determine if ongoing therapy is right for you.
Is “Let’s Talk” confidential?
“Let’s Talk is an informal, confidential consultation. However, the Housing Counselors are required by Texas Law to report certain information if there is a concern of harm to self or others. Please ask your Housing Counselors if you have further questions about the limits of confidentiality.
Why should I go to Let’s Talk?
“Let’s Talk” may be beneficial to:
Phone: (940) 565 2741
Note: We are indebted to Cornell University and its Let’s Talk program for much of the content provided.