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Student Services

Counseling Services      


Taylor Wilson, L.P.C.                                      Director of Counseling & Career Services

NWOSU- Alva Campus
Fine Arts Building Room 209
Office Phone: (580) 327-8574

Fall & Spring Semester Office Hours:              Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M


NWOSU COUNSELING SERVICES DOES NOT PROVIDE EMERGENCY SERVICES

LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES
Immediately call 9-1-1​


NON-LIFE THREATENING IMMEDIATE
CONCERNS ON NWOSU CAMPUS

Alva Campus Police: (580) 327-8511  Woodward Campus Police: (580) 327-8511      Enid Campus Police: (580) 213-3130

Schedule An Appointment 

To schedule a non-life-threatening appointment, please call the counseling office at (580) 327-8547 or walk-in anytime during counseling office hours. Requests for counseling services may be made through the NWOSU email; however, please take in consideration communication through email is not a secure method of communication. Do not use email for crisis or emergencies. Do not send confidential information through email.

Email: tawilson@nwosu.edu
Office: NWOSU- Alva Campus- Fine Art Building Room 209
Office Phone Number: (580) 327-8547
Fall & Spring Semester Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M

NWOSU Counseling Services

NWOSU Counseling Services located on the Alva campus on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building, room 209. Counseling Services offered to the other three NWOSU campuses via HIPPA compliant tele-video services. Mental health and substance abuse records are separate from academic records. Without a valid client written consent; counseling records will not be disclosed with the exceptions of Federal and State Regulations regarding confidentiality.

The first appointment is a brief screening to discuss counseling needs to determine the appropriate level of therapeutic care. There is no cost for counseling services at NWOSU to currently enrolled students. Therefore, the demand for services is high.  In efforts to meet all students’ needs, we offer short-term counseling services to all students averaging from 4 to 6 sessions per semester.  Following the initial screening, recommendations will be made for the most beneficial route to help you with your concerns. Suggestions can include short term counseling on campus, referral to other campus resources, or referral to long term counseling off-campus community mental health agencies.

Consultation services about concerns for a Northwestern student are at no cost to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff.  Consultation services are an opportunity to discuss with a mental health clinician concerns about self or another individual’s (non-emergency) behavior. Consultation services can offer suggestions and assistance regarding appropriate steps of action if needed for efforts to assist an individual with personal, career, or social concerns. 

Crisis

LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES

  • ​​ ​Immediately call 9-1-1​

NON-LIFE THREATENING IMMEDIATE CONCERNS ON NWOSU CAMPUS

  • NWOSU Alva Campus Police: (580) 327-8511
  • NWOSU Woodward Campus Police: (580) 327-8511
  • NWOSU Enid Campus Police: (580) 213-3130

​  If the question of risk is unclear, err on the side of caution and contact the police.


 

 

National Suicide Prevention LifeliNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255ne
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

Self-Help Resources

ULifeline: 

 “Students can complete a free self-assessment to learn telling insight about themselves or a friend’s state of mind. The Student site also includes information, factoids and poll questions to learn interesting details about mental well-being at no cost.” http://www.ulifeline.org/NWOSU/


National Sexual Assault Hotline

 

 

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, it’s never too late to get help.                  Free, confidential support for survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones.

Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) or visit online.rainn.org to chat anonymously one-on-one with a trained staff member.

 

 

echeckup to go alcohol

 

 

 

The eCHECKUP TO GO is designed to provide you with personalized information and feedback regarding your alcohol & marijuana use, and how it might affect your health, your relationships, and your career and life goals.

The Alcohol & Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO will provide you with accurate and personalized feedback about:

  • Your individual patterns
  • Your risk patterns
  • Your aspirations and goals
  • Helpful resources at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and in your community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Resources

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