How to Initiate Services
To schedule a face to face appointment with a licensed professional counselor, call (956) 295-3417 or come by room 102A at the Camille Lightner Center.
Online Students: If you would like online counseling sessions please download the VSee (www.vsee.com) Messenger app to your phone or computer. You must have webcam and microphone capabilities. To set up an appointment please call (956) 295-3417.
Students experiencing an immediate life-threatening crisis are encouraged to walk-in for services. After hours, students experiencing a crisis are urged to go to the nearest hospital emergency room, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (Text: 741-741), call 911, or Tropical Texas Behavioral Health at 1-877-289-7199.
- Individual Counseling
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Anger Management
- Crisis Management
- Life Coaching
- Wellness Coaching
Our licensed professional counselor is available to provide workshops, seminars, and presentations to TSC students, staff, or faculty on request. Please submit requests 2 weeks in advance for topics and one week in advance for presentations on services. Requests can be made by calling 956-295-3417. Please include the number of attendees, time, date, location, and topic.
Substance Abuse and Title IX Prevention and Awareness Programming
The Office of Counseling and Student Accessibility Resources not only provides treatment for drug and alcohol abuse, but we know the importance of promoting awareness. We provide a variety of educational programming regarding drug and alcohol prevention and awareness, such as Collegiate Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Prevention Event in the fall and the Spring Break Safety Conference in the spring. If you are dealing with substance abuse issues, please know that we care. You can make an appointment with our office at 956-295-3417 or seek outside help from one of the resources listed on our Mental Health Resources / Off-Campus page.
The Office of Counseling and Student Accessibility Resources also knows the importance of awareness regarding topics related to Title IX issues, such as dating violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Please look out for our education programs, such as Domestic Violence Conference, Love is Not Abuse, and the Mental Health Awareness Conference.