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CCS emails show preferential treatment policy

If a student wants a mental health concern addressed quickly at Ohio State’s Counseling and Consultation Service, it might be better to show up with a parent or a professor. Internal emails obtained by The Lantern describe a policy in which students who go to ...

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Reinventing therapy for black women

When Gabrielle Hicks transferred to Ohio State in 2017, she knew she made the right choice, but she felt isolated without a community she could identify with during difficult life circumstances. She was studying to become a school psychologist but couldn’t bring herself to seek ...

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USG moving forward with potential Headspace partnership

In September, Ohio State released recommendations for improvements to the university’s mental health resources, including a push for apps that help students cope with stress. Now the Undergraduate Student Government is pushing for a partnership with Headspace. Headspace is a guided meditation app that explores ...

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