We all can experience personal problems that lead us to feel confused, anxious, overwhelmed, sad, and/or depressed. Counseling and Wellness Services (CWS) is here to help. We offer a warm, relaxed and confidential place to talk things out. Often you may find that there are not simple answers to your problems, however talking to a therapist can result in finding new ways to look at problems as well as identifying suggestions and possible solutions. Often, just talking with someone who asks the right questions is all that is necessary to relieve stress and find answers.Therapy and/or psychological assessment are available to Wright State University students. Therapy is offered in group, individual, couples, and/or family modalities. Some examples of problems that may seen by our staff:

Relationship Problems

Test Anxiety

Athletic & Academic Performance Enhancement

 Procrastination & Time Management

 Low Self-Esteem

Loss & Grief Issues

 Depression

Eating Disorders

Panic & Anxiety

Family Conflict

 Alcohol & Drug Problems

Psychological Assessment

Sexual Abuse

Career Indecision

Learning Disability Testing & Assessment

Physical Abuse/
Domestic Violence

Counseling and Wellness Services is staffed by Licensed Psychologists and Counselors, Psychiatrist, and psychology interns and doctoral level trainees. Following an initial interview, or intake session, a treatment plan is recommended that considers client goals and CWS services. Clients are then assigned to a therapist with preferences for therapist gender/race being honored whenever possible. All training therapists are required to audio or videotape their sessions. The tapes are used solely to assist the therapist in his/her training while under the supervision of a Licensed Psychologist.

Location and Hours of Operation
Counseling and Wellness Services is located in 053 Student Union at Wright State University. Our address is:

Counseling and Wellness Services
053 Student Union
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH 45435

Our business hours are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Intake appointments are offered on a walk-in basis Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and Tuesday and Friday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. We are closed in accordance with all Wright State University policies. Please see emergency services for after hours crisis services.

We can be reached during regular hours by calling 937-775-3407. Since email is not a secure form of communication, we generally do not communicate with clients via email.

Confidentiality
Counseling and Wellness Services does not release information to University administrators or faculty, to parents, family members, or to outside agencies without the client's written authorization. Exceptions to confidentiality include: as required by Ohio law, when the counselor determines that a person is at risk for child or elder abuse/neglect, suicide, or homicide.

Fees
Students who are insured under the Wright State University Student Health Insurance plan receive unlimited sessions per year at no cost.  Students who are not insured under the WSU Student Health Insurance plan receive up to 12 sessions per academic year at no cost.  Beginning with the 13th session a fee of $10.00 per session is applied.  Session fees are billed through the Bursar’s Office as a “Health Service Fee.”   

A missed session fee of $15.00 is applied when a student does not show for an appointment or cancels an appointment without 24 hours notice.  If a student arrives more than 15 minutes late for their scheduled appointment, the appointment is considered a no-show and the late fee will be charged.  Late Fees are billed through the Bursar’s Office as a “Health Service Fee ”.

Outreach and Consultation
Counseling and Wellness Services has developed ongoing consultative relationships with a number of Wright State University departments and units. We are also available for consultation to other University faculty, departments, and organizations for issues related to mental health, learning, and performance. We are available to make presentations to campus groups and classes. Some possible topic areas include:

Common Mental Health Issues

Problems with Eating

Coping with Depression

Gender & Relationships

Stress Management

Alcohol & Drug Use/Abuse

Goal Setting

Sexual Aggression

Relational Violence

Performance Enhancement

Learning Styles Assessment

Time Management & Procrastination

Conflict Resolution & Mediation

Crisis Management & Suicide Assessment

Specialized/Custom Presentations

Call 775-3407 for consultation or to schedule a presentation.