About our Mental Health Services
UTSA utilizes an integrated approach to student physical and mental health to promote student success and wellbeing. The Wellness 360 counseling center provides same-day consultations, short-term individual counseling, group counseling, and psychiatry. To learn more or start services, please call 210-458-4140, option 2, and ask to schedule an in-person or virtual same-day appointment.
Urgent and crisis walk-in services are available during business hours and the 24-hour crisis line can be accessed by calling 210-458-4140, option 3.
My Student Support Program - MySSP is your most accessible mental health resource at UTSA. Download the MySSP app to call or chat anytime. Through the app, you can arrange virtual appointments and on-going services.
Learn more about our counseling support and services:
Going to college can be a time of growth and stress. Many students experience personal turmoil during this process and some come face to face with crisis and confusion. The counseling staff is available to help students with any issue or concern that they may encounter. In a comfortable and confidential setting, students can examine issues such as gaining independence, managing new relationships, balancing academic stresses, or about making meaningful career decisions.
Individual short-term counseling may be especially helpful for you if you experience issues such as:
- Relationship Distress
- Eating Disorders
- Anger Management Issues
- Alcohol/Substance Abuse
- Low Self-Esteem
- Coping with HIV or other STD’s
- Self-defeating Behaviors
- Sexual Problems
- Thoughts of Harming Self or Others
Group counseling is a valuable and effective service. Group participants often report having a rewarding and helpful experience. Our groups are a great way meet new people, discuss the challenges you have been experiencing, and get a fresh perspective. By joining one of our groups, you will build support, learn about yourself, but most importantly, you will be reminded that you are not alone.
Counselors look forward to assisting you to find the right group. They will help you find a group that will promote healthy sense of self, address your specific concerns, and provide supportive environment.
If your situation is a crisis or emergency, and it is during business hours, please walk in to our office, at RWC 1.810, and indicate that you have emergency concerns. If you have a crisis or emergency after business hours, contact our helpline at 210-458-4140, select option 3.
Examples of emergency concerns include:
- I am concerned about being able to stay safe or keep myself safe.
- I currently plan to kill or harm myself.
- I have taken steps to end my life in the last two weeks.
- I am afraid I might physically hurt someone else.
- I hear or see things others do not.
Wellbeing Services offers on-line screening for:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Alcohol Abuse
- Eating Disorders
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
These free screenings are made available to all registered UTSA students and are taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out - in a few minutes - whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you. Your keyword will be "UTSA".
Start Your UTSA On-Line Screening
Afterwards, if you would like to meet with someone please call us at (210) 458-4140, option 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org