Personal problems and mental health concerns can get in the way of realizing your potential at the College of Medicine. At times, just talking can make a difference; while other times, more intervention is needed. All services are confidential as stipulated under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Information is only released with the written permission of the student.
- Crisis Counseling
- Relationship Counseling
- Interpersonal Issues
- Counseling for Depression and Anxiety
- Substance Abuse
- Body Image Issues
- Grief Counseling
Mental Health Resources
Additional Wellness Information
For support outside of the university, we have compiled a list of resources for mental health professionals within the greater Columbus community: Columbus Community Mental Health Resources.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will our discussions be confidential?
How can I get an appointment with the counselor?
What if I feel uncomfortable talking to the counselor on-site?
What if I have an urgent issue after regular business hours?
What if I have an emergency?
As always, students with any questions or concerns are encouraged to contact us.
Lora Eberhard, MS, PCC, LCDC IIICounselor, Office of Student Life
138A Meiling Hall
370 West 9th Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Intake | 614-293-9600, Option 2
(identify as a medical student to schedule appointment)
Dr. Luke Misquitta
1670 Upham Drive
Dr. Michael Stauber
Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany
150 W. Main St.
New Albany, OH 43054
C. Alexander Grieco, MDInterim Associate Dean for Student Life
155 Meiling Hall
370 West Ninth Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210