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CVM Counseling Services

Vet Med Counseling Services is here to help and support you in any way we can while you work hard earning your veterinary or graduate degree at the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Meet the Counselor

jeremmiah grissett

Jeremiah Grissett is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been practicing therapy in the Stillwater community since he completed his master’s degree in December 2015. While pursuing a doctorate in Human Development and Family science at OSU, Grissett has worked in a community mental health agency and a group practice in Stillwater. He serves the CVM students by offering individual and group therapy and promoting wellness programs and initiatives targeting student wholeness and wellbeing.

Hours and Appointments

Drop-by office hours: Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Therapy Services by appointment: Monday-Friday from 1 – 6 p.m.

Scheduling a Counseling Appointment

  1. Login to the Patient Portal at the University Health Services website
  2. Choose the “Appointments” tab on the left-hand side; then select “Schedule an appointment.”
  3. Select “Veterinary Student Counseling Services.” (this selection applies to DVM and graduate students)
  4. Choose an available time that best suits your schedule.

If you are unable to schedule an appointment online, you may also call 405-744-6145. If there is no answer, please leave a voicemail and the counselor will contact you as soon as possible to schedule your appointment.


map to counseling office
 Map to counseling office from student's locked mailbox room.

The CVM Counseling Office is located in 162 McElroy Hall.

To find the counselor’s office from the main lobby of McElroy Hall, follow the steps below:

  1. Go past the Student Services office and go to the Student’s Locked Mailbox Room.
  2. From there, walk through the Soft Lounge and Old Phys to the hallway at the south end of Old Phys.
  3. Continue down the hallway until you can turn right. You will see a door that will lead you to another hallway. Go through that door.
  4. Turn left after walking through the door and turn right down the hallway.
  5. Walk past the elevator and water fountain to office 162, which will be on your left.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are counseling services?

Services are FREE for any current CVM DVM or Graduate student.

Will CVM faculty, staff, and students know that I am going to therapy?

Only if you tell them. We will make your confidentiality a priority, ensuring that no details of your attendance or treatment records will be disclosed to anyone outside of CVM Counseling services.

What is therapy like?

The therapy experience depends a lot on how you approach it. Ultimately, it is an intentional conversation with an impartial person who can help guide and direct you through challenges in life.

I don't think my problems are that big or important, should I even go to therapy?

You don't have to be in a crisis to go to therapy, it is for anyone who is having a hard time with life.

Will attending therapy count as an excused absence?

Yes, we can provide you with the necessary documentation to have your absence excused.

In Case of Emergency

If there is a mental health emergency during normal office hours (M-F, 8-5), please utilize the one of the following:

  • Call the CVM Dean's office (405-744-6595) or the Student Services Office (405-744-6961)
  • Go to University Counseling Services in Student Union 320 (405-744-5472)
  • Go to the nearest hospital emergency room
  • Call 911

For after hours emergencies, please call the campus safety hotline: 1-855-225-2726

If you are concerned about someone else's safety or a threat to the safety of others on the OSU campus, call the OSU Behavioral Consultation Team Hotline (M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. only): 405-744-3333.