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How do I schedule my initial assessment?

 

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The first step is to schedule a brief assessment appointment. The brief assessment appointment is a 15–20-minute phone call. You can schedule by phone or online.

If you don’t see any appointments available when scheduling online or the online appointment times don’t fit your schedule, simply call 512-471-3515 (option 3) Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to immediately speak with a brief assessment counselor.

512-471-3515 (option 3) Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Online Scheduling FAQ More Information on Appointments

What will we discuss?

During the brief assessment appointment, you will discuss your unique needs, any symptoms, different treatment options, and how to get connected to the appropriate services.

I am having a crisis and need to talk to someone right now.

CMHC has a 24-hour Crisis Line that lets you speak with a specially trained counselor to help with urgent concerns or mental health crises.

512-471-CALL (2255)

We're here to help you figure it out.

 

A brief assessment counselor will speak with you about your situation and which of our services are the best fit for you. Some of our services include:

*Reserved for students with the greatest need. Others will explore alternative counseling options with the Brief Assessment clinician.

What are the next steps?

 

Once your assessment and personalized care plan are made – whether it be individual counseling, group counseling or a referral to a provider in the Austin community, know we are here for you every step of the way. We will help you get connected to the appropriate services. If you experience any bumps along the way, a brief assessment counselor will help you navigate those too, no matter the type of services you are receiving.



We're here for you.    We recognize that many UT students are being impacted by historical and recent events. The CMHC holds firm to the university’s values and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Our staff are here to help students navigate through these times. Click here to learn about our resources.



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