Counseling Services

The Gideon Institute Counseling Center provides counseling that is Christ-centered, biblically rooted, and clinically informed. Students from all faiths/spiritual backgrounds are welcome.

All Services will be provided remotely via HIPAA-compliant telehealth for Fall, 2020. 

Support Groups and Individual Appointments available. There is no waitlist for services.  

Contact

Call us to schedule an appointment with a therapist, sign up for a support group, or with questions or concerns.

Email: counseling@hbu.edu
Phone: 281-649-3431 (Phone Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Our Services

Counseling Services are provided to currently enrolled HBU students during the Fall and Spring semesters when classes are in session. All individual and group services will be offered via HIPAA Compliant Telehealth for Fall, 2020.

  • Individual Sessions

    Therapists see students for individual sessions:

    • By appointment only
    • Based on availability
    • Maximum of eight individual sessions per school year
    • Referrals will be provided if needed
    • Cost is $10 per individual session payable by credit card or HSA card
    • Financial assistance available

    Fall appointments begin September 8, 2020.  Call 281-649-3431 between 8am-5pm to schedule an appointment.

  • Support Groups

    Students can attend as many meetings as desired during the school year.  Groups are FREE and meet weekly.  Attendance at every meeting is not required, but encouraged.

    Fall 2020 Groups:

    1. COVID-19 Support Group: for those struggling with grief, loss, or any difficulty due to COVID-19
    2. Minds Transformed: for those living with a mental health challenge
    3. Hearts Transformed: female only – for survivors of sexual trauma/domestic violence
    4. Christ-Centered Recovery Group: for those desiring recovery from addiction/compulsive behaviors

    Call 281-649-3431 between 8am-5pm for  meeting times/ information and to sign up.

Immediate Assistance

For immediate assistance please contact one of the following counseling resources

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