At Ohio State ATI, counseling services are here to help students understand, identify, and strengthen their learning abilities, psychological resources and social supports linked to academic success and personal health and wellbeing.
Counseling services help you understand and adjust to personal and social challenges that can affect your academic performance, personal life, and/or relationships. Students can participate in individual sessions, extended groups sessions, or access web-based resources. Our licensed psychologist, Dr. Belanger, is here to help you make a smooth transition to college life. For more information call 330- 287-1258 or visit us at 128 Skou Hall.
OWLS is an extended group for non-traditional aged students. Interested students should contact Dr. Belanger, to join our Older Wiser Learners Student (OWLS) group or find out more about additional resources for adult and veteran students.
Relaxation and Stress Management workshops are offered at various times throughout the semester. For more information or to register call 330-287-1306 or visit us at 128 Skou Hall.
R U OK ? Buckeyes is an anonymous stress and depression questionnaire designed to identify students at-risk of suicide and encourage them to get help. Learn more at https://suicideprevention.osu.edu/ruok-buckeyes.
Sexual Assault Prevention programs offer students, faculty and staff an opportunity to become informed, active participants in fostering a supportive and safe campus climate. You can participate online http://interwork.sdsu.edu/echeckup/svp/campus/OSU
Suicide Prevention. Suicide is a leading cause of death among college students and university students in the United States. At Ohio State University suicide prevention efforts include services for individuals, programs and student groups, read more at https://suicideprevention.osu.edu.
- ULifeline - provides information and videos about emotional health and wellbeing for college students and their families.