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Counseling Resources


Counseling and Psychological Services

(740) 593-1616

Hudson Health Center, 3rd Floor

2 Health Center Dr.

Provides confidential counseling and 24/7 crisis intervention. Students with a WellBeing plan receive up to 20 free counseling sessions a year. Counseling is available for students without the WellBeing plan for $20 a visit.



My Sister’s Place

(740) 594-8837

If you are a survivor of domestic/dating violence, My Sister’s Place provides 24/7 crisis intervention, emergency shelter, advocacy throughout the legal process, assistance with filing protective orders, counseling, and more. You do not have to go to the shelter to access all of their services; all you have to do is call their hotline.


Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services 

(740) 592-3091
90 Hospital Dr.
Counseling is available for those who receive or are eligible for Medicaid or Medicare. Private insurance and self-pay are also acceptable. In addition to counseling, a 24/7 crisis line 1-877-475-8484 is available.


Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO)

(614) 294-7867

Offers a support group for LGBT survivors of dating/domestic violence.


The following names are a list of off-campus practitioners covered by the Student Health Insurance:


Kevin Byrd
(740) 592-5689
17 Blue Line Dr.


Paul Gleason
(740) 594-7084
8055 Rock Riffle Rd


Lesli Johnson
(740) 592-5689
17 Blue Line Dr.


Terri J. Little
Master Level Clinician
(740) 592-5689
530 West Union St.
Suite D


Marlene Scheck
Masters Level Clinician
(740) 594-8296
9322B Johnson Hollow Rd.


Joanne Vrabel
(740) 591-7431
3 West Stimson Ave.


Jane Woodrow
(740) 592-4801

17 Blue Line Dr


Robby Wyatt
(740) 593-3682

90 Hospital Dr.


"This project was supported by Grant No. 2009-WA-AX-0003 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/ exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women."