Campus community members are invited to stop by The University of Toledo Counseling Center open house Friday, Sept. 27, from 3 to 5 p.m.
The center is located in the University Health Center, which is across from the Horton International House on Main Campus.“We invite everyone to visit us. There’ll be food, games, music and good Rocket fun,” Dr. LaTasha Sullivan, interim associate director of the Counseling Center, said. “This event is a way to highlight the fact that we are here to help students.”
The Counseling Center is a safe space for students to process their feelings and experiences; increase skills for coping and self-care; and receive mental and emotional support. Counselors aim to assist students navigate through their journeys at the University and equip them with tools for the future.
“We hope to empower students with the skills to help them attain their educational goals at The University of Toledo,” Sullivan said.
Those who attend the open house can meet Audrey, a therapy dog that belongs to Debbie Andrews, director of graduate enrollment management in the College of Graduate Studies. Audrey is certified by the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. Andrews also will bring her four-legged friend to the Counseling Center Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. starting Sept. 25.
For more information about the open house or the Counseling Center, call 419.530.2426.