Mental Health Initiative
Baylor Counseling Center
As a Baylor student, the Counseling Center's services are available to you, although a fee might be involved. In addition to individual counseling, the Center offers many online resources.
LawLifeline is full of information tailored to a law school student's emotional health needs. Visit this link for the Baylor specific LawLifeline webpage. Be sure to use the websites' Self Evaluator. Law Lifeline
Legal Professionals Program at Hazelden
The Legal Professionals Program at Hazelden is one of the world's largest and most respected private-not-for-profit alcohol and drug addition treatment centers. Their specialized program is now two years old and has already provided treatment to more than 200 legal professionals. For more information visit www.hazelden.org/legalprofessionals
Mental Health Screening
Private Counseling Services
Some private counselors familiar with the unique pressures of law school are available here. Please contact Dean Jackson or Stephen Rispoli for additional information.
TLAP Support for Law Students
The workload of law school can cause a great amount of stress for students. Are you, or do you know of a friend or associate who may be suffering from depression? The Texas Lawyers Assistance Program (TLAP) offers services to help you during this challenging
time. To learn more about TLAP and how it works, click here for a short video.