A Safe Zone ally is someone who chooses to become educated about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, and believes all sexual orientations and gender presentations should be acknowledged and supported. If you would like to participate in Safe Zone training, please contact Joseph Dunnigan.
Graduate Student Positions
The Student Counseling Center has two master’s practicum positions available during the academic year, which includes summer, fall and spring semesters. Responsibilities may include individual and group counseling, outreach programming and consultation with faculty, staff and residential life. Individual supervision, group supervision and in-service training will be provided by the professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings for supervision and staff meetings.
The Student Counseling Center has two 16-hour per week doctoral practicum positions during the academic year (August to May). Availability of positions depends upon funding. General responsibilities include individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation with faculty, staff and residential life. Individual supervision, group supervision and in-service training will be provided by the professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings for supervision and staff meetings.
The Student Counseling Center hires two half-time (20 hours per week) Intake Counselors for the academic year (August to May). Responsibilities include completing intake interviews and making appropriate referrals; providing crisis coverage for a weekly rotation; writing intake reports and completing clinical paperwork in a timely manner; conducting psychosocial interviews and writing reports for psychiatric referrals, and responding to phone inquiries from students, advisers, staff, faculty and family. The position requires availability on Friday mornings for supervision and staff meetings.
Grief and Loss Graduate Assistant
The Student Counseling Center has one,16-hour per week graduate assistantship available during the academic year (August to May). The position is open for master’s or doctoral-level students and funded through the Remember the Ten Scholarship Program. General responsibilities include developing and organizing campus events related to death, loss and bereavement; outreach programming on grief-related topics and marketing grief counseling services. This position may include providing grief counseling for students, but may not serve as an internship or practicum site for counseling students as there is no guarantee counseling will be a component of this position. Individual supervision and in-service training will be provided by the professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings for supervision and staff meetings.
320 Student Union
Stillwater, OK 74078
Open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Walk-in Counseling is available Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
If you are a student with an urgent need, an on-call counselor is available during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Examples of urgent needs include thoughts of harming yourself, thoughts of harming others, recent sexual assault or a recent traumatic experience. After 5 p.m. weekdays and weekends, counseling staff may be reached by contacting the OSU Police, 405-744-6523.
Students also may use Call SAM (Student Assistance by Mercy), which is a FREE 24-hour call center staffed with counselors who will assist you in getting the help you need. It’s completely confidential. 1-855-225-2SAM (2726)
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