Law school is a rewarding but sometimes overwhelming experience. Some students face issues with stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and other mental health concerns. College of Law administrators and faculty members can help you find the resources you need to work through these problems.
The University of Toledo Counseling Center
Professional counseling services are available free of charge to law students through the Counseling Center, located in Rocket Hall, Room 1810 (campus map).
Law Student Affairs Office
Students who have concerns are encouraged to contact the Law Student Affairs Office to discuss what the College of Law can do to help. Assistant Dean O'Connell can assist with a solution or refer you to available resources as needed. Call 419.530.2937 or send an e-mail to schedule an appointment.
- American Psychological Association Help Center
- Mayo Clinic Stress Center
- Interactive Tutorials from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health: Managing Stress, Depression
- National Institute on Drug Abuse