Office of Student Life

Ildico Osei Twerefour, B.S., CT, M.S.

Therapeutic Style:

As a counseling intern, I'm combining person-centered, solution-focused, existential, and reality theory approaches to create my therapeutic style. I aim to build strong rapport with clients by providing a non-judgmental and empathetic environment. Through solution-focused techniques, I guide clients in setting achievable goals and working towards practical solutions. Incorporating existential and reality theory principles, I encourage clients to explore their values, take responsibility for their choices, and embrace personal growth.

Professional Interests:

I am dedicated to supporting a diverse range of individuals. Specifically, I'm drawn to working with international students, BIPOC students, and those facing issues like depression, anxiety, and trauma. By embracing cultural awareness, I aspire to create an inclusive space where these students can openly share their experiences. Additionally, I am committed to assisting students in navigating religious struggles, fostering discussions around spirituality, and promoting holistic well-being. My goal is to provide them with effective strategies to navigate their challenges, cultivate resilience, and foster a strong sense of community and well-being.

Group and Laison roles:

I will be co-facilitating the Grad BIPOC Group this Fall. 

Educational Background:

Ohio State University - B.S.  in Health Sciences 

University of Louisiana Monroe - M.S. in Psychology 

Personal Interests:

I enjoy cooking, baking, dancing, writing, and trying new things! (Well, most things except for things that require being in cold climates for extended periods of time). 

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This clinician is currently under clinical supervision.  The supervisor of record is Peter Oduwole, M.S.Ed, LPCC, and their license number is E.2001804-SUPV.