The OSU STAR Clinic is a division of Ohio State Behavioral Health's outpatient program offering various integrated therapeutic interventions provided by healthcare professionals experienced in treating individuals suffering from the impact of traumatic stress. The Clinic is proud to provide trauma and support services for physicians and other healthcare professionals and “first responders” such as police and firefighters who may be suffering from the effects of vicarious trauma and burn-out.
The STAR Clinic accepts most insurance providers. Please call our intake coordinator and we will be happy to check about your specific benefits.
STAR Clinic: 614-293-9600
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Ohio State Behavioral Health's STAR Outpatient Clinic
1670 Upham Drive, Fifth Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43210
BEST services provide staff at the OSU Wexner Medical Center time to debrief and defuse as well as to grieve losses after a traumatic situation. Aftercare and follow-up are critical after experiencing a difficult event or loss.
“In the past, employees have been afraid to talk about their experiences with provider stress, burnout and vicarious trauma- they didn't’t want to appear weak. But we can no longer ignore these critical concerns, which affect the health and well-being of our staff every day.”
-Steven G. Gabbe, MD
Senior Vice President for Health Sciences
Chief Executive Officer, OSU Medical Center
To schedule a session, please contact STAR Program Coordinator, Caitlin Willet, at 614-293-7827 (STAR) or Caitlin.Willet@osumc.edu