MSU CVM Counseling Services
MSU CVM has a proud tradition of attracting the best and the brightest that each generation has to offer. Our students are the top 10% of a large applicant pool. They arrive full of excitement and passion; however, long days that extend into long nights can contribute to exhaustion which in turn makes learning, skill acquisition, problem solving (cognitively, emotionally, and socially) and emotional regulation difficult for anyone.
Access to psychological services dedicated to the unique needs of a professional medical school, allows for expedient access to resources to help deal with the day-to-day stressors of veterinary medicine. Lack of access to services can contribute to overwhelming depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation that can lead to a premature exit from this career field.
MSU CVM is committed to ensuring that our students have the opportunities to acquire the necessary skill sets needed to manage the inherent stressors of this profession so that they can live a long and healthy life in this exciting and rewarding career field.
Join the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Mental Health and Wellness for a seminar planned specifically for licensed mental health providers, as well as psychology, counseling, and social work grad students, to learn more about meeting the needs of the veterinary medical community!
The program provides six hours of approved CEUs for psychologists, counselors, and social workers; with one hour for both diversity and ethics for psychologists and counselors and one hour for diversity for social workers.
$50 professional and $25 student registration fee deadline is 5pm Friday, Dec. 2 and includes a continental breakfast, light lunch and all program materials. Post-docs and grad students must email a copy of their student ID firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to receive discounted registration.
In addition to having a full-time clinical psychologist on staff, the College also offers:
- Peer tutoring
- Faculty advisors
- Big Sib
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Longest Student Health Center
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The Center offers an allergy clinic, routine physical exams, laboratory work, physical therapy, travel vaccinations, x-rays and nutrition consultations.
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