Have a question for the Center for Student Wellness? Contact us.
Roger Keener, Ed.D.
120 Doyle Hall
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778 Health Services Staff: Dr. Becky Seefeldt DNP-BC Vicky Brooks, LPN Marti Bova, LPN - Exec. Administrative Assistant Counseling Center Staff:
Counselors: Michele Rodkey, M.S. Ed. LMHC Darcey Pihlblad, M.Ed., N.C.C. Sydney Blicharz, M.Ed.
To make an appointment, call (716) 375-2310, stop by the center, or email email@example.com
There has been a great deal of national coverage in recent weeks regarding the Ebola disease in West Africa. As a result, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has published the following guidance regarding the Ebola virus:
If you have traveled in the past 21 days to West Africa (Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia, Senegal, or Sierra Leone), and you have the following symptoms - fever, headache, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, bleeding, muscle pain, or unexplained bruising - please go to the nearest emergency room for evaluation.
For more information, call SBU's Wellness Center at 716-375-2310
Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome. Immediate assistance is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling the Office of Safety & Security, 375-2525, or 911. Those requiring additional treatment may be referred to Olean General Hospital.
It is not uncommon for anyone, at one time or another, to need supportive assistance. The Counseling Center seeks to help prevent or minimize problems that might otherwise lead to a crisis situation.
CCSBU offers psychological services and consultation, education and prevention services, crisis intervention, as well as individual and group counseling on issues such as academic-related matters, addictions, depression, relationship issues, eating disorders, rape and sexual assault, abuse, suicidal thoughts and more.
Counseling services available:
All contacts with the Center for Student Wellness and all health records are confidential. No information is released without the student's written permission, except by court order or in the case of communicable disease where, by law, public health officials are notified. Parental notification is the responsibility of the student unless the condition is serious and the student is not able to assume this responsibility.
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