Explore solutions concerning personal concerns impacting your educational experience and personal development.
Our Counseling Centers provide short term (7 sessions) personal counseling services for currently enrolled students. Professional counselors or psychologists can help you clarify issues, provide support and guidance, as well as work toward a resolution. In addition to counseling, we offer a Personal Development course (GEN 1010) and many free workshops.
Issues students bring to counseling:
- Adjustment to college
- Balancing the demands of school, family and work
- Isolation and alienation
- Grief and loss
- Difficulty with alcohol or other drugs
- Test anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Family members' issues
- Sexual identity
- Gender identity
- Eating disorders and body image
- Decision making
- Needing information about community agencies/local resources
If it appears your needs cannot be met at the Counseling Center, your psychologist or counselor will attempt to locate appropriate on or off campus resources that best meet your needs.
Your well-being is very important to us. To schedule your confidential appointment, please call 216-987-6000. Please specify which campus when you call.
For Emergencies: Dial 911 or (216) 623-6888
Cuyahoga County 24 Hour Mental Health Crisis, Information and Referral Hotline
Personal Development Resources
Mental Health Emergency Hotline: 216 623-6888
- Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741 / A free, 24/7 text line for people in crisis
Suicide Prevention Lifeline - A free, 24/7 phone helpline and online chat service for people in distress
- Specialty Suicide Hotlines:
- Online Mental Health Screenings - Anonymous screenings for anxiety, depression, bipolar, substance addiction, eating disorders, and PTSD are not intended to be a diagnosis, but can help you identify signs that you or someone you know might benefit from professional consultation and services.
Alcoholics Anonymous 216 241-7387
- Child Abuse Hotline 216 696-5437
- Circle Health Services - Formerly known as the Free Clinic, provides medical, mental, and dental health care to the underserved.
- Domestic Violence Center 216 391-4357 (24-hr helpline)
Drug Screening - A service provided by Join Together, a national project of the Boston University School of Public Health.
- Elder Abuse Hotline 216 420-6700
First Call for Help 216 436-2000 or 211
- Legal Aid - 888-817-3777 secure justice and resolve fundamental problems for the low income and vulnerable by providing high quality legal services.
LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland 216 651-3428
Narcotics Anonymous 888 438-4673
Northern Ohio Parents for Equality - helps parents in need of child support
Psych Central - a one stop index for psychology, support, and mental health issues, resources, and people on the Internet. Nothing here is meant to replace professional advice or care from a licensed mental health practitioner.