The university’s Counseling and Mental Health Center can help you manage the daily stresses and challenges of student life.
The center provides short-term individual counseling, psychiatric services and group counseling. It regularly offers group meetings designed for graduate students, and has a self-guided MindBody Lab to help students explore various resources for improving their emotional and physical health, including biofeedback tools and guided exercises on relaxation techniques, sleep issues and meditation.
The center offers telephone crisis counseling to students. This confidential service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, including holidays. Call at your convenience, from the privacy of your home: 512-471-CALL (2255).
The Behavior Concerns Advice Line (BCAL) serves as a central resource for those with concerns about other members of the UT Austin community. The BCAL is available 24 hours a day: 512-232-5050.
Resource Guide to Mental Health Services for Graduate Students and Graduate Programs
The center addresses issues of dating/relationship violence, sexual violence and stalking through its Voices Against Violence program.