Each student is unique, and the Health & Counseling Center (HCC) staff is passionate about helping students be the best version of themselves. Our clinicians listen and assess in a compassionate way, and make recommendations that align with the student's goals.
A concern may be resolved in a single session or additional sessions may be scheduled. If a student’s concern requires counseling beyond the scope of the HCC's resources, community resources will be provided through case managment services.
Counseling services are offered primarily remotely. To get started with an HCC clinician, please call 512-448-8538 during business hours for an initial phone triage. Our clinicians will assess for the most appropriate treatment option, which may include phone/video sessions, crisis services or referrals/resources. See below for our full menu of counseling offerings.
Please note: If you are currently residing outside of the State of Texas, and we determine that you would benefit from ongoing counseling, we will make every attempt to connect you to services in your own state. Licensing laws do not allow mental health professionals to practice outside of the state in which they are licensed.
- Case Management
- Counseling Groups & Workshops
- Crisis Interventions
- Individual Counseling*
- Intake Evaluations*
- Phone Triage
- Single Sessions
- Stabilization and Referral
* limited availability
Student Group Support
Continuing this spring, in addition to workshops, the HCC is offering several support groups including a Survivor's Circle Support Group a Black Student Support group, and a Monarch's Latinx Wellness Gathering. Please call the HCC during business hours at (512) 448-8538 if you are interested in joining any group. If you would like to request a specific group/topic please reach out to Dr. Michael Hershberger, Psychologist/Group Coordinator via email: email@example.com
The HCC offers practicum training for doctorate-level graduate students in APA or regionally accredited clinical and/or counseling psychology programs as well as an internship training opportunity for students in Master's of Social Work programs. Learn more about the training opportunities offered at St. Edward’s University’s Health & Counseling Center.
Spring 2021 Online Well-being Workshops
The HCC is hosting a number of helpful online mental well-being workshops this spring. Take advantage of them! Here’s a list of the sessions with details on how to join.