ODI Embedded Therapist
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion offers mental health support specific to the need of the students we serve. Peter Oduwole, MSE, LPC will serve as the embedded therapist for the office and will be located in Hale Hall on the third floor in room 320. With this embedded position, Peter will extend Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) services to ODI students. Services can include: individual, couples, group counseling, workshops, and outreach.
WATCH: Peter Oduwole discusses mental health support available to students
COVID-19: Updates on what CCS services will be able to provide at this time and how they impact Peter Oduwole’s role in ODI
Below are updates on what ODI understands CCS services to be able to provide at this time and how they impact Peter Oduwole's role in ODI:
CCS is suspending all in-person appointments (including group and Let's Talk) and hosting 30 minute virtual (Zoom or phone) consultations instead. For students not already engaged with services, we are still offering phone triage opportunities as well as urgent consultations. The consultations will be structured similarly to Let's Talk, which means they will be problem solving/crisis appointments. Ongoing appointments will continue as agreed upon by the clinician and the client.
On the CCS website you will find a newly developed video series about managing stress during these uncertain times. These will take the place of our in-person daily workshops. Students can still access the OSU Wellness App for tips to manage mental duress during this time as well as the Peer Access Line and Protocall (call the CCS front desk at 614-292-5766 and press “2”) during the evening and weekend hours.
As developments continue to come about the university's response to COVID-19 as informed by the CDC and other governmental public health agencies, information about services being offered may continue to adjust and evolve. Please continue to check back here or the CCS website for updates.