TAMIU Community Counseling Center

Our Mission:

The mission of the Texas A&M International University Community Counseling Center is to engage each individual in a unique plan that not only focuses on the immediate and presenting needs but also recognizes the importance of community integration and personal development.  The TAMIU Community Counseling Center values mutual cooperation and participation.  It is the goal of the TAMIU Community Counseling Center to help the Laredo community help itself.

Services Offered:

  • Brief Individual Counseling

  • Career Counseling Services

  • Educational Groups

  • Referrals

  • Child Therapy (6+ years)

  • Counseling for Adolescents


Issues Addressed:

  • Career Decisions

  • Indecisiveness

  • Lack of Direction

  • Feelings of Sadness

  • Anger or Fear

  • Relocation

  • Bicultural Conflict

  • Feeling Overwhelmed

  • Stress                                 

TAMIU Community Counseling Center counseling services are provided by graduate students in the University's MACP program who are meeting their degree requirements. All graduate students are professionally supervised by a licensed psychologist or a licensed professional counselor registered in the State of Texas.


Our Commitment to the Community

The goal of the TAMIU Community Counseling Center is to provide a service that meets the requirements and expectations of Texas A&M International University and the Laredo Community. Individuals will be treated with respect and accommodations will be made to meet their immediate needs. The TAMIU Community Counseling Center is dedicated and committed to providing an exceptional service to its Laredo community.

Our Services are provided in the following location:

5201 University Blvd. (Billy F. Cowart Hall 213), Laredo TX, 78041


To obtain an appointment please call and leave your information at:

(956) 326-3120

Services are available in English and Spanish and are FREE of charge 
(No insurance is required).
 Services are provided to our community members as young as 6 years of age.