As part of America’s Healthiest Campus, OSU-Tulsa values the wellness of its students, faculty and staff and that includes mental health. If you are dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues or other concerns, the OSU-Tulsa Counseling Center can help.
“If you are feeling stressed and unable to deal with it effectively, we have counselors ready to help you face those challenges head on,” said Dr. Al Carlozzi, counseling center director. “Our students’ well-being is important to us at OSU-Tulsa.”
Part of the counseling center’s mission is to lessen the stigma of seeking help. It is best to schedule an appointment early to talk with someone to deal with the issue effectively. All discussions are confidential.
The counseling center is accepting new clients and OSU-Tulsa and OSU-CHS students are given priority. In addition, counseling services are available to faculty and staff.
Most available appointment times are during the morning and early afternoon. Appointments after 5 p.m. are in demand and are often full and generate a waiting list.
Graduate student counselors can help you with coping strategies, time management and provide tools to help you manage stress levels.
The counseling center is located in Main Hall 2419. OSU students, faculty and staff receive the first five sessions free. Subsequent sessions are $10 each. All sessions are confidential. To schedule an appointment, call 918-594-8568.
In addition to the counseling center, the OSU Employee Assistance Program is available for employees and their dependents free of charge to provide confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. For more information about EAP, contact Human Resources at 918-594-8221 or visit the EAP website.