The Counseling Center
Let us help you inspire positive change during your time here at NMT!
Welcome to the Counseling Center!
Office Hours and Location:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Counseling Center is located on the first floor of the Joseph A. Fidel Center.The entrance is outside of Fidel on the NW side of the building, adjacent to Workman. We are co-located with the Student Health Center.
Scheduling an Appointment
New Mexico Tech offers both in-person and virtual counseling and support services. Depending on the situation and the urgency, students can select their method of choice. See the options below as well as how to schedule an appointment depending on if you are a new or returning client.
VIRTUAL CARE GROUP
The Counseling Center is very excited to announce that NMT has partnered up with the Virtual Care Group (VCG), to offer free supplemental healthcare services to our degree-seeking students.
As a New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology student, you have free unlimited access to doctors and therapists + on demand crisis counseling.
Getting Started is Easy.
- Register at https://www.thevirtualcaregroup.com/nmimt/ to speak to a doctor or therapist today!
- Please use zip code 87801 when prompted.
The Care You Need:
Web and mobile app
24/7 access, 365 days a yearExtensive Provider Network
Scan the QR code to get started!!
Cancellation of Appointments
We require 24 hours notice by phone 575-835-6619 or email email@example.com. Students who miss two or more appointments (without providing notice) may be referred to community services should they require psychological care.
Currently enrolled NMT graduate or undergraduate students registered for a minimum of 6 credit hours are eligible for our services. The initial needs assessment appointment is an opportunity for a clinician to determine if the services we offer are appropriate for your needs and for you to decide if our services are a good fit for you.
QUOTE OF THE MONTH
We support an environment of holistic well-being as it pertains to the emotional, inter-personal, and academic development of the entire Tech community through clinical services, outreach, psychoeducation and consultation.
Building a skillful, inclusive community where students, faculty and staff are empowered to reach their full potential.
Scope of Our Clinical Services
The Counseling Center utilizes a brief, solution-focused counseling model in which individual therapy sessions are offered on a short-term basis designed to help students manage immediate problems and provide short-term solution-focused therapy to facilitate adjustment to college. These services are ideal for issues that have arisen recently or that are expected to resolve relatively quickly. Brief Therapy is often about bringing successes into the client's awareness which tends to increase hopefulness. The goal is for clinicians work as quickly as possible to facilitate adjustment, healthy functioning, problem resolution, symptom relief, reduction of emotional distress, and increase resilience with students to continue attending college and pursue their personal, but more specifically their academic goals. Students who would like to speak with a clinician regarding a concern, but are not considering therapy at the Counseling Center for themselves, may schedule a “consultation.”
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