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Listen: Dr. Sarah Johnson of the Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling on the Mental Health Download Podcast

"We're all experiencing something that none of us have ever experienced before. We are not supposed to know how to navigate it by yourself. So this is a wonderful time to take that step. Reach out. We will embrace you and affirm you and work with you through whatever it is you are dealing with right now."
Dr. Sarah Johnson, Director, Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa

TulsaKids Coronavirus Q&A

 

OSU-Tulsa experts teamed up with TulsaKids Magazine to help answer many of the questions Tulsa-area families have surrounding COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus. This four-part live video series originally aired on OSU-Tulsa's Facebook page via Facebook Live. 

COVID-19's Impact on Mental Health

 

Grieving things that have been canceled or postponed | Mental Wellness

Mental Wellness with the Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa

 

For many of us, life has practically changed overnight.

As a result of COVID-19, the loss that we, as a nation and globally, are experiencing has been sudden, ambiguous and traumatic. Many of us have felt blindsided by the enormity of this pandemic and the layers of loss that accompany it. 

Published: Friday, January 24, 2020

Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa expands services and size

Director Sarah Johnson emphasizes that counseling is designed to be welcoming and supportive.

Clients of the newly renamed Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa will notice an increase in space and services as the center grows to further meet the needs of the Tulsa and university communities.

Published: Monday, November 11, 2019

OSU-Tulsa hosts body image and eating disorders conference

Dr. Tonya Hammer, associate professor of counseling at OSU-Tulsa, is director of the Body Image and Disordered Eating Lab.

Dr. Paula Edwards-Gayfield delivers the keynote presentation to an audience of disordered eating and body image professionals.

 

Published: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

OSU-Tulsa graduate finds her passion as advocate for people with eating disorders

Grace Evans

Grace Evans

Grace Evans entered OSU-Tulsa’s master’s program in counseling with some uncertainty.

A bachelor’s degree in sociology had prepared her to study people, but from afar.

“I have always been interested in human beings, but I wasn’t sure if this was the right fit,” she said. “I quickly realized that the personal interaction of counseling was just what I was looking for.”

Published: Wednesday, February 6, 2019

National experts to tackle effects of opioid crisis on families during Tulsa conference

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As the opioid crisis continues to plague the nation, the OSU Center for Family Resilience at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is bringing in nationally recognized experts to explore strategies to help families cope with the drug’s impact on their lives.

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