Psychotherapy services are available for individuals experiencing life stressors, trauma symptoms, depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems, difficulty adjusting to health concerns, and other problems. Psychotherapy is provided by licensed psychologists, as well as psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows with advanced training. Therapists use a range of approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused Therapy, and other evidence-based psychotherapies. Psychotherapy appointments can be made by calling (915) 215-5850.
Employee, Resident, and Student Assistance Program
TTUHSC El Paso recognizes that personal problems can have a direct and adverse impact on an individual's job performance and education. The Department of Psychiatry provides confidential, on-site counseling services to employees, residents, students, and immediate family members living in their households. These services are intended to help with a variety of personal issues including relational, family, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral concerns.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP):
For EAP appointments call:
Student Assistance Program (SAP):
In addition to confidential counseling services, the student assistance program also offers psychiatric consultation and treatment to TTUHSC El Paso students and their immediate family members.
The Veterans Clinic is housed within the Department of Psychiatry on TTUHSC El Paso main campus. The VA has partnered with TTUHSC El Paso to support adult Veterans in receiving mental health services within the community. Patients are directly referred through the VA, and are provided individual therapy through a variety of evidenced-based treatments.