Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center is the primary university-based mental health service for University of Toledo students. 

STATEMENT ON LGBTQ+ AFFIRMING CARE

The Counseling Center is aware of the recent passing of Ohio state legislature regarding discrimination of LGBTQ+ individuals within healthcare settings. The legislation states that medical professionals have “the freedom to decline to perform, participate in, or pay for any health care service which violates the practitioner’s, institution’s, or payer’s conscience as informed by the moral, ethical, or religious beliefs.” We at the UCC will continue to operate as an affirming and inclusive safe space for individuals of varying identities. UCC does not discriminate care for individuals within the LGBTQ+ community or otherwise. We strive to uphold the ethical codes of our profession and do not endorse or condone discrimination of any kind. For more LGBTQ+ friendly/affirming resources click here. The UCC also partners with OMSS to provide the LGBTQ+ Support Group, find more information on dates, times, and locations on InvoNet


COVID-19 UPDATES

Due to COVID-19, the Counseling Center is suspending in person appointments in accordance with updated guidelines set forth by the University.

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We will be conducting phone and virtual support services to currently enrolled students during this time. I f you were previously scheduled for an in person appointment expect a phone call or email with updated information about your appointment.
 
We encourage students to follow our social media and be on the lookout for new updates to our website in the near future. The UTCC can be reached at (419) 530-2426.  Be Well Rockets!


The Counseling Center is the University's primary facility for personal counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological outreach and consultation services. To find out more information about the University Counseling Center, click on the First Steps icon.

  • Screenings
  • Individual, couples, and group counseling, and psychotherapy
  • Psychoeducational workshops
  • Consultation with students, faculty/staff, and parents
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Online Screenings

Group counseling is an excellent benefit to students, allowing them to receive treatment from professionals while at the same time receiving support from peers dealing with similar issues.  Groups are subject to change depending on the need of the students.  If you would like to learn more about what groups are currently offered, or sign up to participate in one of these groups, please call the University Counseling Center at (419) 530-2426 or visit us at the University Health Center at 1735 West Rocket Drive.


Our therapists adhere to their respective board's ethical standards which can be found at:
Ohio Board of Psychology
Ohio Counselor Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board

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Last Updated: 7/30/21