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OSU-Tulsa Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling Offers Therapy Services Amid Pandemic

Help Battle Feelings of Depression and Anxiety
Posted at 11:14 AM, Apr 18, 2020

TULSA, Okla. — Our daily lives have changed in just a few weeks, and feelings of anxiety or stress can be common.

Dr. Sarah Johnson, the director of the Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa, says therapy services can be helpful to help navigate those feelings.

They're currently seeing between 60 to 70 clients per week and have room for more.

"We try to make it as much as regular therapy as possible and try to recreate that same kind of feeling that you get when you sit across from someone else, but it is via the computer or your phone or whatever it is that's most convenient for you," says Dr. Johnson.

The center is providing individual and couple's therapy.

It has a sliding pay scale based on income, so the amount per session can be as low as $5. Dr. Johnson says they'll work with you to help pay, especially now with loss of jobs and means of income.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit their website or give them a call at 918-594-8568.

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