Starting this year, students on Health Science Campus gained access to the full resources of The University of Toledo Counseling Center.
Following consultations that included input from students, faculty and professional staff, a new delivery system has been created for counseling and intervention services. Students in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences are now able to utilize individual and group counseling, screenings, workshops, crisis intervention, education programs and other services provided by the Counseling Center, located in Rocket Hall Room 1810 on Main Campus.
The Counseling Center replaces Harbor Symmetry Wellness as the students’ resource for these services, explained Dr. Ronald McGinnis, the college’s senior associate dean for student affairs.
“This new service will provide improved access to care, with no limit on the number of visits, and no increase in the annual fee assessed for these services,” he said.
Dr. Stanley Edwards, director of the Counseling Center, added, “The center is ready. Our staff of five full-time professionals is ready to share the expertise that has helped hundreds of students.
“I encourage students to use the resources of the Counseling Center, whether they might be experiencing tough times, have questions, or just want to talk with a counselor.”
Students who want to find more about what the Counseling Center offers should check here or call 419.530.2426 to schedule an appointment.