On-Call After Hours Emergency: 404-413-1640.
Please follow the prompts for immediate assistance.

NEWS: Stress Management for Midterms

Midterms are approaching! With late nights of studying added to the general stresses of being a student, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Stress can affect your mental and physical health, negatively impact relationships with friends and family and contribute to poor academic performance. Therefore, the ability to effectively manage stress is an important life skill for students to acquire as early as possible. The Counseling & Testing Center (CTC) helps students manage stress by offering free use of the Relaxation Room which has massage chairs and biofeedback equipment that teaches you how to lower your stress levels. (All students need is their Panther I.D.) In addition to the Relaxation Room, the CTC has a Mind-Body Clinic that focuses on teaching students to use meditation and mindfulness to reduce stress. For more information on the Relaxation Room or the Mind-Body Clinic, visit the Mind-Body Clinic page of our website.

Be well. Do well.



“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Confucius

Emotional pain, like physical pain, is a signal… more »



The Georgia State University Counseling and Testing Center is home to an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited doctoral internship program in psychology and an Association… more »



The Counseling and Testing Center provides a wide range of testing services to the Georgia State University community.  Services include, but are not limited to, online… more »


Crisis Services

On-Call After Hours Emergency: 404-413-1640 Please follow the prompts for immediate assistance.

If you are concerned about your own or another person’s immediate safety, call… more »