TUSD offers free online advisory services

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TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – The Tucson Unified School District is offering digital counseling options for students and family members.

To register for a session, fill out the form on This site.

Sessions work through Discussion space. The program is offered in conjunction with UArizona. Services are free and counseling is provided through the University of Arizona College of Education’s counseling program, Masters in Counseling Students.

Users can send text, voice and video messages to advisors or schedule appointments.

Confidential and secure sessions offer therapy, counseling and medication services from licensed providers.

For more information on TUSD’s advisors and services, visit tusd1.org

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Phil Villarreal is the real-time editor of KGUN 9. He is also a digital producer and host of “Phil on Film” seen weekly on Good Morning Tucson, Phil moved to KGUN after 17 years with the Arizona Daily Star, where he was a film critic, columnist and journalist. He has written three books: Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel, Stormin’ Mormon, and Zeta Male. A business graduate from the University of Arizona, he has four children. Share your story ideas and important issues with Phil via email [email protected] or by logging on to Facebook, instagramand Twitter.

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