Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa
Counseling Services During COVID-19 Pandemic
The Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling is here to provide support during this stressful time. We are now seeing patients using Virtual Telehealth Counseling Sessions and limited in-person counseling sessions, and are still accepting new clients.
Virtual Telehealth Counseling Info
- Virtual Telehealth Counseling Sessions will be held using video conferencing so that you can see and hear your clinician.
- Call 918-594-8568 and leave a message with your contact information and we will contact you to schedule your appointment as soon as possible.
- Download and read the Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling COVID-19 Client Protocols before your appointment
Stress Management & Self-Care
During this time of stress and anxiety, we urge everyone to care for themselves and one another. Click these additional resources for self-care tips, ideas for how to occupy your time and more information on local and national resources.
If you're in crisis and need immediate help, adults and children can the COPES Crisis number at 918-744-4800.
Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa Counseling Services
The Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa provides services to children over the age of 15, adolescents and adults who are residents of the community, including students, staff and faculty affiliated with Oklahoma State University.
Services are provided by Counseling Psychology and Community Counseling Graduate Students and supervised by faculty members.
We are located in Main Hall 2403 (campus map)
The Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa is open and available for appointments Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.- 8 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Group counseling times may take place outside of these regular hours.
Call 918-594-8568 to complete a brief phone intake. Please be aware that at times you may be placed on a waitlist for services.
Counseling Services Provided
We provide time limited/short-term services. These services include:
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Couples counseling
- Group counseling (please contact us for current schedule)
Counseling fees are based on a sliding scale system for community residents. Fees are determined by the total yearly income and the number of persons living in the home.
OSU students, faculty and staff receive the first five sessions free, and subsequent sessions are $5 each.
Meet the Director
Sarah Johnson, Ph.D.
Director, Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa
Clinical Assistant Professor
What is Counseling?
Counseling is a confidential process where those struggling with some aspect of life enter into a therapeutic relationship in order to gain insight and make changes in their life. This may involve exploring thoughts, perceptions, reactions, behaviors and/or emotions in order to better understand oneself. Counseling aims to help people improve their wellbeing, alleviate distress, resolve crises, and increase their ability to live in ways consistent with their values.
How do I know it's safe?
In accordance with our commitment to honoring diversity, counseling at OSU-Tulsa Counseling Center incorporates a focus on and affirmation of an individual’s intersecting identities and seeks to provide a non-judgmental environment in which diverse worldviews are honored. Additionally, services provided are confidential, meaning that your information is kept private and protected according to applicable ethical codes and legal standards.
Why do people seek counseling?
Counseling can address a wide variety of concerns, including:
- Relationship concerns
- Low self-esteem
- Suicidal thoughts
- Career concerns
- Identity concerns
- Situational stress
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