Having an embedded clinician in the law school is vitally important to helping the law students journey at WVU. The clinician’s role is to provide mental health services to students at the Law School.
These services are an extension of WVU's main counseling center, The Carruth
Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCCPS). Similar to CCCPS, The
Law School embedded clinician offers compassionate, confidential behavioral
wellness services to graduate and professional law students.
Students are eligible to receive these services if they are actively enrolled in the Law School for the current semester that they are seeking services.
Law School Staff:
How to make an appointment:
You can call or email Kathy a request for an appointment.
Law students can also seek mental health services through the WVU Carruth Center for Counseling and Psychological Services if they choose
not to use the Law School embedded resources. To schedule an appointment with
the Carruth Center, call (304) 293-4431 or use their online scheduling tool.
Law School Embedded Site Location:
The embedded office is located at the Law School in Room 100 U.