Oakland University Counseling Center

Graham Health Center, East Wing
408 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
(location map)
(248) 370-3465

Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesdays with extended hours 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

OU Counseling Center


OU Support Groups Fall 2021

The OUCC is excited to announce 4 new groups for this fall (with more coming soon)!

Please read the descriptions below and fill out the form at this link to register for groups:

https://forms.gle/nKjY4QofCJkxSH2Q9

Academic Success and Stress

Learn about how to better manage academic stress and life stress all in a supportive and non-judgmental environment led by OUCC staff.

Battling Stress During COVID

Better understand the direct environmental and emotional causes of stress and anxiety, the ways in which the pandemic compounds those feelings, and learn to apply proactive and constructive coping strategies to reduce negative life effects, all in a supportive and non-judgmental environment led by OUCC staff.

Resilient Hope

Give and receive support for recent losses in your life, ranging from lack of normalcy in everyday life due to the pandemic, to major life changes and the death of loved ones. 

Social Anxiety

If you would like to learn more about ways to reduce feelings of social anxiety and interpersonal isolation, in a supportive and nonjudgmental environment, this is the group for you!

OUCC COVID-19 Statement

We at the Oakland University Counseling Center understand and recognize the multitude of emotions (e.g., anxiety, fear, grief, anger, etc.) students, faculty, and staff may be experiencing during the ongoing pandemic and social unrest. In efforts to best support you, our staff are continuing to offer remote clinical services through phone and video conferencing. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact (248) 370-3465.

Also, please see below for some helpful links on how to manage anxiety and stress with regards to the Covid-19 outbreak:

Update for 2021-2022 Academic Year

The OUCC is returning home to the Graham Health Center Building! Please note that beginning August 16th we will have a separate entrance/exit (on the Northeast side of the building).

For the entirety of the year, all therapy sessions are FREE to OU students!

The OUCC will be offering more groups this year! Stay tuned for updates on what groups will be offered and how you can register.

Race-Based Violence and Social Injustices

The OUCC staff join all of those saddened and grieving over the history of violent and egregious acts against communities of color, most recently exemplified by the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and more. We recognize the biases and prejudices ingrained within our society by way of systemic racism and pledge support for all of those impacted by these traumatic events. We pledge to do our own internal work around race, particularly those of White and European descent, to shine a light on those underlying biases and prejudices that have been internalized. 

Who can use the OU Counseling Center?

If you are a student, you can take advantage of the Counseling Center’s services. Counseling services are based on a short-term model. If long-term counseling is indicated, the staff is happy to help with outside referrals. If you are an OU staff member, we will be happy to consult with you and facilitate a referral within the community. 

How to get started

In order to meet with a counselor, you can call or come in to the Counseling Center and schedule an appointment. Same day appointments may be available, subject to counselor availability.

About the OU Counseling Center

The Oakland University Counseling Center, located in the Graham Health Center has been serving the students and staff of the university for over 30 years. We provide a broad range of mental health services which include:

  • Personal Counseling
  • Psychological and Psychoeducational Testing
  • Career Testing and Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Evaluation, Treatment, and Prevention
  • Consultation and Outreach
  • Crisis Intervention  

Counseling is provided by licensed psychologists and interns. Staff that are not fully licensed are supervised by licensed psychologists.