Personal Counseling is available for depression, low self-esteem, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, management, learning disabilities, trauma/abuse recovery, family of origin issues, grief, marital and engagement counseling.
Read our mission and vision.
To set an appointment with a counselor, call 325-793-4881 or
come by President Residence Hall South.
If you are in crisis, please contact McMurry Security at 325-793-4666 or the 24/7 Crisis Hot Line at
Ntl. Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis.
Please call for help:
Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Para obtener asistencia en español durante las 24 horas, llame al
National Alcohol, Depression, & Eating Disorder Screening Days
Need for Services Self-Assesment
Student Satisfaction Survey
Virtual Pamphlet Collection
Meet our staff.
Prior to your first visit, you may complete the forms under the link below. Print to bring with you or submit via email.
New Appointment/Intake Form
Understand that we cannot guarantee your confidentiality if submitted electronically, as email is not considered to be a secure medium.
All aspects of your participation in counseling at McMurry Counseling Services, including the scheduling of appointments, contents of counseling sessions, all contents of counseling records and outcomes of counseling are confidential by state law. They are not a part of your academic record. Your counselor will address any questions you have about this important issue. Please see our Notice of Privacy Practices for detailed information.
Opportunities are available for upper-level psychology students to gain exposure in the field of counseling. Assisting with research projects, counseling center promotion, special events, and psychoeducational programming such as National Alcohol Screening day all give students experience in the field of psychology. If you are interested in this program, email Jesse Potter.