Office of Mental Health Services
The Office of Mental Health Services (OMHS) provides confidential behavioral health services to currently enrolled TC3 students. The professionals at the OMHS Counseling Center are specialists in college mental health and are prepared to assist students with a wide variety of mental health and personal concerns. We provide campus-based brief treatment services and crisis mental health response.
Who can benefit from seeking mental health counseling? Just about anyone - no problem is too big or too small! Talking to a professional can be helpful when you are coping with life challenges. Some common concerns that bring TC3 students to the OMHS Counseling Center are: personal & mood issues (sleep, anxiety, depression, anger, self-esteem); trauma & loss issues; relationship problems (conflict with family, romantic partners, friends, or roommates, and/or sexual concerns); developmental issues (adjustment to college, life transitions, identity exploration); academic concerns (performance anxiety, perfectionism, under - or - overachievement, procrastination, concerns about future); concerns about alcohol and other drug (AOD) use and other addiction behaviors; and crisis issues (self-harming, thoughts of suicide, sexual violence and other kinds of assault, and abusive relationships).
Our clinicians also support students who enter college with existing mental health diagnoses. We can provide on-site mental health counseling, symptom management, and collaboration with providers from home.
If you would like to make an appointment, stop by room 230 or call 607.844.6577.