On Tuesday, May 19th Xavier's ACCESS Council will be hosting a Mental Health Awareness Month Panel. Jamie Baxter, Director of Counseling Services, Dr. Anna Ghee, Clinical Psychologist, Associate Professor, School of Psychology, and Faculty Director OIDI, Dr. Jennifer Phillips, Assistant Professor, School of Psychology, Dr. Nick Salsman, Associate Professor, School of Psychology, and Dr. Norm Townsel, Clinical Coordinator & Teaching Professor, School of Psychology will be the featured panelists. Link to Zoom Meeting:
1. From your computer with computer based audio (using your speakers and microphone, or a headset). https://xavier.zoom.us/j/92258846174?pwd=Z3lLcXp4aElFMlNLMkRwNUE0Vkdwdz09 Password: 823114
Counseling Services are provided by Xavier University. The clinical psychologists and counselors on staff at Xavier Counseling Services are licensed in the state of Ohio. The staff also includes a board-certified consulting psychiatrist for you if you need medication or hospitalization. Free of charge, students can benefit from the same quality of service that's available in a private practice.
Psychological Services Center Provides an on-campus center where Department of Psychology faculty, students, and staff apply principles of psychology to address the concerns of others. We are continuing to provide services via telehealth. People in ongoing services can be in touch with their provider about establishing plans for these services. People wishing to initiate new services can call 513-745-3531 to do so.
Cura personalis, or care for the whole person, is a cornerstone of Jesuit education. Xavier students stay healthy and active through access to healthy dining options, mental and physical healthcare services, recreational facilities and sports opportunities, a safe campus and informed, engaged spiritual spaces and communities.
You may find the following resources helpful if you need more information:
These online national campaigns provide support and resources.
These useful apps can help with sleep hygiene, meditation, mindfulness, etc.
We have several groups that meet regularly on campus to provide support for students.
If you are pregnant or suspect that you are pregnant, we have resources for you.
The Xavier Action and Care Team is a collaborative, interdisciplinary advisory group that meets to provide support and assistance to students who may be experiencing emotional distress and exhibiting at-risk or threatening behaviors.
Student Success Center provides many resources including Success Coaching in order to support Musketeers. We can lend a hand during every step of your college experience, while you develop the potential within yourself to succeed.
True to our Jesuit-inspired approach of caring for the whole person-body, mind and spirit-our proactive approach to success coaching provides holistic support and builds meaningful relationships between students and university faculty and staff.