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                                      Student Counseling Center

                                      Student Counseling Center is open remotely

                                      We want to support you in this time of stress and anxiety that can be caused by the evolving situation with COVID-19. The Student Counseling Center is currently working remotely and will continue to remain open during the break and summer sessions.

                                      If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

                                      If you are in crisis and need to speak to a mental health professional, call UTD TALK (972)-883-8255.

                                      New/Returning Clients

                                      If you are interested in counseling services during the campus closure, you can email [email protected] (preferred) or call 972-883-2575 and leave a voice message. We will respond to your message within 1-2 working days.

                                      Current SCC Psychiatry Clients

                                      If you would like to schedule a psychiatric follow up appointment, have medication concerns/questions, or need refills on current prescriptions, please email psychiatry directly at [email protected].

                                      How to prepare for a virtual session

                                      • Create a Microsoft Teams account utilizing your UTD netid and password
                                      • Ensure you have a working computer/phone and wi-fi (if needed)
                                      • Find a private and quiet space where you feel comfortable talking
                                      • Be available and ready to engage in session at your scheduled day/time

                                      Additional resources

                                      UTD Resources

                                      Emotional Wellness & COVID-19

                                      Latest COVID-19 Updates

                                      Texas Health and Human Services has launched a 24/7 statewide mental health support line to help Texans experiencing anxiety, stress or emotional challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.This new resource offers COVID-19-related mental health support for all Texans. People can call the Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll-free at 833-986-1919.

                                      Please follow our social media with updates on future online workshops and updated resources.

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                                      Students taking medication

                                      If you are currently taking prescription medication, continue to take the medication as prescribed unless directed otherwise by your physician. If you are concerned about the quantity of your remaining supply, check the bottle which will usually specify how many refills are remaining, or you can contact the pharmacy to confirm if refills are available. If you will be needing refills, contact your physician's office at least several days (preferably longer) before you would otherwise run out, to allow them time to respond

                                      Self care during campus closure

                                      Take a walk outside, exercise by accessing a you tube channel or other social media

                                      Communicate with others online or by phone, in person using social distancing

                                      Keep a daily routine, Meals, classes, study time, relaxation time. Having a schedule helps us contain emotions and feel a sense of control.

                                      Organize your space to feel more comfortable

                                      Take up an activity that requires use of your body and mind, which can give you an emotional break: knitting, art, playing an instrument, etc.

                                      Start a journal about what this experience is like for you. But be sure to end your daily entry with 3 good things about the day, however small, to help keep your spirits up.

                                      Maintain perspective. While this is a HUGE event for all of us, remind yourself of what’s good in your life and what’s important: health, friends, being able to continue towards your degree, religion, and spirituality.

                                      Access TAO (https://thepath.taoconnect.org/) for self help

                                      Access Workshops (Student Counseling Center Youtube)

                                      Comet Cast feat Dr. Kimberly Burdine (Destigmatizing Mental Health)

                                      Download Thrive app at the App Store or Google Play for resiliency and self care tips

                                      Services We Are Unable to Provide

                                      • Long-term therapy/treatment
                                      • Disability & ADD/ADHD assessments
                                      • Court mandated therapy
                                      • Welfare checks
                                      • Letters for emotional support animals

                                      Mental Health Facilities

                                      Dallas County

                                      North Texas Behavioral Health Authority (NTBHA)

                                      9441 LBJ Frwy, Suite 350
                                      Dallas, TX 75243
                                      Crisis Phone: 866-260-8000
                                      Main Phone: 1-877-653-6363

                                      Counties Served: Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, Rockwall

                                      Collin County

                                      LifePath Systems

                                      1515 Heritage Drive
                                      McKinney, TX 75069
                                      Crisis Phone: 1-877-422-5939
                                      Main Phone: 1-877-422-5939

                                      Counties Served: Collin

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