TXWES Community Counseling Center
At Texas Wesleyan University Community Counseling Center, our mission is to provide counseling and education to Texas Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. Consultation and training help facilitate the retention, adjustment and development of the University overall. Maintaining quality service, an ongoing goal of excellence, enables us to optimally meet the mental health needs of our university population as well as those within the community who seek our services.
The Texas Wesleyan Community Counseling Center has proudly served all Texas Wesleyan campuses and the surrounding community since opening our doors on September 24, 2017. The original Glick House was where we began and finally out grew in 2015 and moved to our current location, 3110 E Rosedale, on the South side of the campus.
Clinical services are provided by master-level and doctoral-level counseling students from the Graduate Counseling department. The Community Counseling Center director or a doctoral student may see Wesleyan faculty and staff per their request.
The director, a clinical graduate faculty member, as well as other doctoral students, supervise each case by weekly consultations with the student counselor.
As a training facility, videotaping, audiotaping, and/or observations (behind a one-way mirror by other counselors and/or supervisors) occur regularly as an additional benefit to the client.
All students (Including Distance Learners, See Below), faculty, and staff are entitled to free personal counseling services on campus at the Community Counseling Center.
We are also open to the public at a sliding scale rate starting at $10
At this time we do not do any online counseling, it is all face-to-face counseling.
We only accept cash or check as a form of payment.
Students in the online programs outside of the State of Texas
If a student desires counseling services or has counseling needs, will first call your Academic Advisor on campus. The Academic Advisor will have an assessment checklist of questions to ask the student and, after doing the short assessment, will refer the student to one of the following:
- The student's Primary Care Physician. This physician may see the student, or refer them to a mental health provider in the area.
- The Emergency Room of the nearest hospital. For more urgent needs, this will give the student a direction to take to get further resources and be seen immediately.
- Call the local Police Office. If the Academic Advisor thinks, based on the assessment checklist, that the student is in need of urgent care, he/she may ask the police to drive by the student's residence to ensure safety.
- Parent Consultation
- Individual Counseling
- Counseling Marriage and Family Counseling
- Adolescent Issues
- Anger Management
- Grief Counseling
- Substance Abuse
- School‑Related Issues
- Partner Violence Counseling
- Relationship Counseling
- Activity‑Based Counseling
- Depression Screening and Treatment
- Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender affirmative therapy
- Multicultural Affirmative Counseling
- Treatment for Eating Disorders
- Crisis Intervention
We DO NOT perform “forensic services” (child custody, disability claims, assessment for legal purposes, psychological/psychiatric evaluations) and CANNOT provide forensic opinions, reports, psychiatric assessments, or recommendations according to Rule 465.18, Texas Administrative Code, Title 22.
We do not have Psychologists or Psychiatrists at this location to do such assessments or prescribe medications.
What are the roles of a counselor?
- Helps client examine life’s concerns
- Helps client regain a clear understanding of personal strengths; provides support
- Promotes emotional growth and stability
- Provides therapeutic intervention/referral
- Teaches new skills that promote success in life
- Aids in grief recovery; enhances problem-solving skills
- Recognizes the uniqueness of each individual
The Counselors of the Counseling Center respect client confidentiality to the fullest extent allowed by law. Information about a student's participation in Counseling Services will not be released outside of Counseling Center to anyone, including TWU faculty and staff, without the student's written authorization. There are, however, limits to confidentiality as required by law. These limits may include the following:
- threat to life (self and/or others)
- suspected child or elder abuse
- previous abuse by a counselor
- court order
This is the intake paperwork you'll fill out when you visit Texas Wesleyan's Community Counseling Center.
If the client is a minor, or a minor will be present in a family session, the form below needs to be filled out)
For Intakes in Spanish (Ingestas en español):
The following are scheduled days the Community Counseling Center will be closed for Summer and Fall 2018 Semesters.
- May 25 – May 28, 2018 – Memorial Day Weekend
- July 4, 2018 – Independence Day
- August 10 – August 19, 2018 Summer Break
- September 1 – 3, 2018 Labor Day Weekend
- November 19 – 25, 2018 – Thanksgiving Break
- December 13, 2018 – January 15, 2019 – Christmas Break
(All surveys are anonymous and confidential)
Thank you for filling out our surveys. They will help us evaluate and improve the effectiveness of our clinical skills. We value your feedback and appreciate your honesty.
Please fill out a SURVEY if you have been a client at the TWU Counseling Center.
TWU Faculty and Staff,
If you have sent a student over to the Counseling Center, please fill out this SURVEY.
All other Clients,
If you are a client, (other than a TWU Student) please fill out this SURVEY.