The Georgia State University Counseling & Testing Center (CTC) exists to provide a wide range of counseling, testing, psychiatric, and holistic health services to support students as they work to reach their educational goals. The primary mission of Georgia State University’s CTC is to support students in achieving their personal and educational goals by enhancing their mental and emotional health, interpersonal relationships, and academic performance. The CTC’s outlook, Be Well, Do Well, encourages students to make their health and wellness goals a top priority by utilizing the many services that the CTC offers.
What the CTC Offers:
The Counseling and Testing Center offers: clinical services (personal counseling, crisis intervention, psychiatric services, consultation, and psycho-educational programming), teaching (seminars, mentoring, and supervision), and testing services services (online testing, independent learning, national and university standardized testing, placement testing, professional certifications, and test scoring for faculty.
The CTC’s staff also assists faculty, administrators, and staff by providing crisis consultation and after hours emergency consultation for the university campus and the community.
In addition to the APA Accredited-Doctoral Internship program, the CTC welcomes an APPIC member Post-Doctoral Fellowship and a Psychiatry Fellowship through the Emory University School of Medicine.