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Mental Health

Health Services offers treatment for mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, ADD/ADHD, etc. in our primary care clinic. These visits can be scheduled through our on-line system (Eagle OSH). Psychiatric services are also available to students once a student has been evaluated and referred to our psychiatrist by either a medical provider in our primary care clinic or a Georgia Southern Counseling Center psychologist/licensed counselor.

Customary fees apply for visits in the primary care clinic. Psychiatry visits are at no additional cost to enrolled students who have paid the semester health fee. However, if lab services are required, the customary lab fees will apply. If it is determined that the ongoing care does not need to be provided by a psychiatrist, the psychiatrist may refer the student back to their Student Health Services primary care provider or the Counseling Center for the continuation of care. Once the student is referred back to their Student Health Services primary care provider, the customary fee rates apply for these visits.

For details on ADD/ADHD medication management, please go the links below.
ADD/ADHD Medication Management Information
ADD-ADHD Patient Informed Consent to Obtain Information Form

Health Services also collaborates with the Georgia Southern Counseling Center located on Forest Drive to assist in the care of our students. The Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling services by well-trained and experienced staff that includes psychologists and licensed counselors. These services are at no charge to students. Call 912-478-5541 for an appointment. For more information, visit the Counseling Center’s Website.

Last updated: 9/22/2021