About The University of Toledo Counseling Center
To the students:
The University Counseling Center is the primary university-based mental health service for University of Toledo students.
The Counseling Center staff provides counseling (individual and group), mental health and wellness programming, and crisis intervention services to help students cope with the demands of college and to facilitate the development of life adjustment strategies. We hope to empower you with the skills to assist you in attaining your educational goals at the University of Toledo. In addition the Counseling Center staff provides training to graduate students in several disciplines including Clinical Psychology, Counselor Education and Supervision, and Social Work. All trainees are supervised by licensed professionals within, according to the rules and regulations of their discipline.
We provide services in accordance with the codes of ethics of the helping professions and standards of the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association and the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. as well as to the rules and regulations of the State of Ohio.
To potential interns:
We provide quality professional training for doctoral students from the Department of Clinical Psychology, Counselor Education and Supervision and Master in Social Work interns that fulfill their academic degree requirements. Clinical staff provide oversight, coordinate and provide supervision for professional training programs in clinical and counseling psychology, counselor education and supervision, and social work. The Counseling Center provides staff development and training activities appropriate to each professional staff member and trainee to further enhance our body of knowledge and service provision. If you have questions about our training programs, please contact the Counseling Center (419.530.2426).
The University of Toledo is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in education, employment, membership and contracts, and no differentiation will be made based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veterans status or the presence of a disability. The University will take affirmative action as required by federal or state law.