The Office of the Dean of Students will offer wellness programming throughout the school year. Programming will focus on fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, relationships, and emotional wellness.
Full-Time and Part-Time Students have access to free mental health counseling services conveniently located in the Law Center. Law Students can reach out to Anita Ofori, MA, LPC for an appointment by e-mailing email@example.com. Ms. Ofori’s office is located on the 4th floor of the Law Center in room 432.
In the event of a mental health crisis or emergency please call 911 or the Suicide and Crisis Center at (214) 828-1000 or (800) 273-8255, or go the hospital.
While Law students generally utilize the counselling services provided at the College of Law, as members of the UNT Dallas Community, our Law students can also access resources through the UNT Dallas Counseling and Wellness Center.
TLAP provides confidential help for lawyers, law students and judges who have problems with substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Law students may call TLAP at any time of the day or night and may call anonymously if they wish to do so.
TOLL FREE 24/7 NUMBER: 1-800-343-8527
See the TLAP website to read about additional resources and to hear attorneys speak about how they have successfully dealt with depression and substance abuse.
Stay healthy this cold and flu season! Cold and flu prevention tips can be found at the following resources:
T.Boone Pickens YMCA
The T. Boone Pickens YMCA, 601 N. Akard, Dallas, TX 75201, located at the corner of Akard and San Jacinto, has partnered with the UNT Dallas College of Law to extend to students individual membership at the rate of $36 per month.
Yoga in the Galleries
The transformational power of yoga for individuals, relationships, and communities comes alive every Thursday night at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in the Dallas Arts District. Join SYNC Yoga & Wellbeing for a safe and accessible asana practice, with diverse styles and emphases represented by the instructors’ unique skills and interests. Classes are free. Register for a class.