Health and Wellness Counseling Services - Capital University Law School

Health and Wellness Counseling Services

  • Counseling Services
    Law students may receive free counseling services at the Law School (5th floor) and at the Center for Health and Wellness. Individual, relationship, and group counseling services are provided. Workshops, consultations, and outreach services are also available. You may request your first counseling appointment by completing the online inquiry form, emailing Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, or calling the CHW (614-236-6114).

    While all attempts are made to keep email messages confidential, the confidentiality of electronically transmitted communication cannot be guaranteed.  

    Counseling appointments are available on the following days/times:

    Counseling Appointment Hours - Academic Year

    • Monday, 10 AM - 5 PM (Bexley)
    • Tuesday, 10 AM - 6 PM (Bexley)
    • Wednesday, 10 AM - 5 PM (Bexley); 2 PM - 5 PM (Law School)
    • Thursday, 10 AM - 6 PM (Bexley); 2 PM - 5 PM (Law School)
    • Friday, 10 AM - 3 PM 

    No walk-ins accepted. You must schedule an appointment.

    Most students choose to be seen at the Bexely location - although we can meet with them at the Law school on the days listed.

    Our last appointment on Monday and Wednesday is at 4:00 PM  and 6:00 PM on Tuesday and Thursday.

    Hours may change depending on holidays, school breaks, and demand for services. 

    A Note About Confidentiality
    Information you discuss in counseling sessions is confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of the CHW without your written permission. There are some legal and ethical exceptions to confidentiality: (1) when disclosure is necessary to protect against a clear and substantial risk of imminent serious harm being inflicted by the client on him/herself or on another person. (2) When disclosure is compelled by a court or (3) when the client is a minor. We adhere to professional, legal and ethical guidelines established by professional organizations and state and federal law. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of our counseling staff. 

    Nutrition Counseling (Video takes a few seconds to load)

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    Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program
    The Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program (OLAP) is a resource for judges, lawyers and law students to help with alcoholism, substance abuse or other addictions and mental illness in a confidential setting.  The OLAP toll free hotline - which is available 24/7 - is 800-248-4343.

    If you are at the law school and have an emergency, contact security at 614-236-6161. For off campus emergencies, call 911.