The Bill J. Priest Center was established to prepare leaders and teachers for specific careers in community colleges.
The Center for Play Therapy provides the largest play therapy training program in the world, develops best practices for play therapy and houses the largest play therapy library in the world.
The Child and Family Resource Clinic provides training to graduate students who offer professional counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for issues including learning, emotional and adjustment difficulties.
The Consortium for Animal Assisted Therapy at the University of North Texas was established in 2002 to support the field of animal assisted therapy.
The Counseling and Human Development Center is a state-of-the-art educational facility staffed by advanced master’s and doctoral student counselors who provide high-quality, confidential counseling services under the supervision of UNT Counseling Program Faculty.
The Cultural and Linguistic Awareness Support Services in Counseling program addresses disparities by enhancing the delivery of culturally competent mental health services for minority communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Integrated Care and Behavioral Health is a four-year project designed to address health disparities by enhancing the delivery of culturally competent mental health services to Medically Underserved Communities in Behavioral Health and Integrated Care settings.