Student Health & Counseling Services
We understand that some of our students may have been impacted by recent events in El Paso, Dayton, Ohio, and Chicago. We're here to help. Please don't hesitate to call us at 713-500-5171 to schedule an appointment with one of our providers. For after-hours support, please call our crisis line at 713-500-IMUT(4688).
In the wake of yet another tragedy, the staff, physicians, and psychologists from UTHealth Student Health and Counseling Services would like to remind you that we are here to support all of our students. Our hearts go out to all of those directly and indirectly impacted by the Odessa/Midland shootings over the holiday weekend. Please reach out to our clinic if you would like to speak to one of our providers.
- Student Health and Counseling Services, 713-500-5171
- Student Health and Counseling Services, IMUT, 713-500-4688
- University STOP team, 713-792-7867
- UT Police, 713-792-2890
Welcome to the 'Student Medical Home' - The UTHealth Student Health & Counseling Services provide integrated healthcare addressing students physical and mental wellbeing needs at one place.
Student Health and counseling services are available to all UTHealth students.
For appointments please call 713-500-5171
TAO (Therapy Assistance Online), is an interactive, self-guided, web-based program that consists of tools and educational materials to help you learn about and change how you think and feel. It addresses common concerns such as stress, sadness, living with pain, drug/alcohol use, and relationship/communication issues. After enrolling with your UTH email address, you will have free, unlimited, 24/7 access to research-based modules, practice activities, and the Mindfulness Library. Your work completed in this self-guided program is completely private, and you can complete as many or as few activities as you desire.
To get started, visit the link below to take a brief survey that will provide you with module suggestions for you to explore first:
Enter your UTH email to sign up during your first visit and fill out your personal information. No enrollment key necessary!