Counseling and Psychological Services Center

The Counseling and Psychological Services Center offers a broad range of professional, educational, and clinical services to all students, faculty, and staff. We are trained to help college students adjust to the changes and transitions of college life as well as to help faculty and staff function more effectively in their roles. The staff is devoted to helping with any concerns that might require psychological assistance such as:

 Academic Difficulties  Alcohol/Drug Abuse 
 Anger Anxiety
 Career Goals/Choosing a Major Depression
 Eating Disorders Exploration of Values
 Family and Social Issues Identity Development
 Interpersonal Relationships Life-Style Planning
Loss and Grief Performance Enhancement 
Personal Growth and Well-Being     Personal Assault
Procrastination  Self-Defeating Behavior
Self-Esteem Sleep Difficulties
Social/Sexual Concerns  Sports Psychology
Stress Management Time Management
Writer's Block


Overcoming Procrastination
Suicide Prevention
How to Find Help
Couple Distress
Taming the Wintertime Blues
Coping With Stress
Undergraduate Stress Questionnaire

Counseling/Psychotherapy (individual, couples, family). Assessment (intellectual, cognitive, behavioral, personality, psychopathology). Consultation, and referral.


All contacts at the counseling center are strictly confidential as protected by law and professional ethics.

University students, employees, and members of their immediate families are eligible for services. (In the event of a waiting list, students have top priority.) Alumni and prospective students may be seen on an individually arranged basis.

There is no charge for psychological counseling.  The only fee that a client may be asked to pay individually is a nominal charge for scoring of some tests.

Provisions are made for anyone requesting to be seen immediately (Use the words "crisis" or "emergency" to indicate such a need). However, professional services are usually by appointment and can be arranged either in person or by calling 918-631-2200.

The Center is located in the Alexander Health Center and is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., closed 12pm - 1pm, Monday through Friday and 9pm Tuesday evenings during the academic year. Appointments may be made either in person or by calling 918-631-2200. In the event of a crisis after regular hours, call on-campus Security at 918-631-5555, and leave your name and telephone number. Our Counselor on call will contact you. Twenty-four-hour back-up crisis counseling is also available by calling 918-588-8888.

The Center is staffed by a Licensed Health Service Psychologists, 2 doctoral counselors,and by advanced graduate level interns and practicum trainees who work under direct supervision of the psychologists.


  • Alexander Health Center
    Dr. Tom Brian, Director
  • Individual, couple & group psychologial counseling available for the TU Community
  • Mental Health and Wellness programs are available upon request for your group
    Contact Dr. Tom Brian for scheduling -