FREE and CONFIDENTIAL counseling services are available at the Lake Campus for our students in partnership with Foundations Behavioral Health Services.
On-Site Counseling at Lake Campus
Counseling services are provided by Kim Altstaetter, LPCCS, CDCA.
Summer Semester 2018 Office Hours
The office is CLOSED during summer term. Hours on-site resume in late August.
Through August 1, 2018, please contact Foundations Behavioral Health Services at 419-584-1000. You MUST be enrolled in summer term to be eligible for services at Foundations.
Lake Campus recognizes students may need additional support at times. For example, a student may seek counseling services for the following:
- Feeling overwhelmed and/or struggling with time management
- Feelings of depression, sadness, loneliness
- Relationships difficulties
- Managing feelings of anger
- Adjusting to being away from family or familiar situations
- Feeling stressed
- Struggling to make decisions
- Use of alcohol, drugs or food which are of concern to you or others
- Other emotional or behavioral support
If you would like to meet with the counselor on campus, you may contact Kim via email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop in during posted office hours.
All services are confidential; however, enrollment will be verified by Student Services.
If you are currently experiencing a crisis situation or suicidal thoughts, help is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week through the following numbers:
|1-800-567-HOPE (4673)||Local crisis hotline|
|Text “4hope” to 741-741||
Ohio text crisis line
|1-800-273-8255||National Suicide Prevention Hotline|
|419-586-7724||Local law enforcement|
Recognizing life can be become overwhelming at times, Wright State University's Lake Campus wants all students, staff and faculty to be aware of the warning signs of suicide. Suicide is a preventable death most often triggered by feelings of depression. Below are some warning signs of suicide:
- Talking about death, dying, or making plans to die
- Expressing a lack of hope regarding the future
- Speaking or displaying emotional pain (recent losses, feelings like something is wrong with them)
- Recent changes in behavior:
- Excessive use of alcohol and/or drugs
- Changes in eating habits
- Changes in sleeping (either sleeping more or not sleeping)
- Extreme changes in mood and/or increase in irritability
What should you do if you recognize the above warning signs of suicide in someone? Here are some tips:
|1. Ask them about their feelings or if they are okay.|
2. Listen to them! Be a good friend!
3. Express your concern for them.
4. Let them know you care.
5. Connect them to assistance either by contacting a hotline or taking them to the local ER or to talk the counselor on campus. Here are some scenarios and possible solutions: