Services are provided by licensed mental health professionals.
Hours are available weekdays during business hours and some evenings by appointment. Availability varies week to week with appointments and other responsibilities. To learn more about current availability, contact the VMBS professional counselors by email at email@example.com.
A variety of counseling services are offered to DVM students, Residents and Interns. These include:
- Personal Counseling
- Academic Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Presentations and Workshops
Psychiatric services, including the use of medication to reduce certain symptoms, are not available at the counseling satellite office. However, psychiatric services are available through University Health Services on main campus. The Veterinary Counselor can assist in making a referral if appropriate.
Visit the Arrange an Appointment page.
Information about a variety of resources can be found on the UHS website. In particular, the following services are noteworthy:
Helpline: If you wish to speak to someone about a concern after 4:00 p.m. on weekdays (until 8:00 a.m. the following weekday) or 24/7 on the weekends, the Helpline is an excellent resource. The hotline phone number is 979.845.2700.
Mental Health Screenings: If you have some concerns but are unsure about meeting with a mental health professional, the online screenings are a helpful first step to explore whether consulting with a mental health professional is likely to be beneficial.
Virtual Self-Help Library: If you want help for academic improvement, career exploration, or overall well-being, the virtual library is a convenient place to start.
MySSP: My Student Support Program (My SSP) is available to all Texas A&M students to offer additional, immediate mental health assistance to support wellbeing and access to help. My SSP connects students with free self help resources, confidential professional counseling available 24/7 via app, telephone and web.