Women’s Behavioral Health Services
Women’s Intimacy and Sexual Health
This service was developed to address women’s unmet sexual health needs and support a healthy sexual life for women of all ages. We offer expertise to help women cope with sexual changes that follow gynecologic and breast cancer treatments, menopause, pregnancy and childbearing, as well as sexual difficulties that are long-standing. We provide evidence-based treatment for sexual difficulties, as well as the stress that can accompany them.
We specialize in identifying and treating mental illness during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Women’s Behavioral Health at the Wexner Medical Center is one of few university centers providing clinical care AND conducting research in these areas. Our comprehensive treatment planning, often including a combination of medication and psychotherapy, is tailored to the individual, always striving for the best outcomes for mother and baby.
Well-Being Across the Reproductive Lifecycle
In addition to pregnancy-related concerns, WBH offers expertise in emotional, reproductive and sexual health needs throughout the lifetime. Common concerns include:
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
- Mental health aspects of menopause
- Interactions between psychiatric medications and birth control
- Psychiatric medication impact on sexual functioning
For more information about these services, as well as scheduling, please visit The WBH Website
Mental and Behavioral Health
Ohio State Behavioral Health offers personalized and compassionate care for your mental or behavioral health condition.
Are you or your loved one struggling with problems related to anxiety, depression or moodiness, alcohol or drug abuse or another mental or behavioral condition? Are you a woman whose mental or behavioral condition may impact becoming pregnant or caring for yourself or your child?
Specialists at Ohio State Behavioral Health, part of the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, can help you to better understand your condition, thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
You can receive confidential treatment in a caring environment at Ohio State Harding Hospital, Talbot Addiction Medicine and other Ohio State outpatient sites that can help you move forward toward a more enjoyable, productive life.
Caution: If there is a risk of suicide or violence – Call 911
Some mental and behavioral health conditions can contribute to the risk of suicide and to acts of violence. If you or another individual have suicidal thoughts or thoughts about harming yourself or someone else, call 911 immediately and ask for help to resolve the crisis situation. Once the crisis is averted, the specialists at Ohio State Behavioral Health can help to diagnose and treat any underlying mental or behavioral health conditions.
For more information, visit the Mental and Behavioral Health Website or schedule and appointment at 614-293-9600.