Individual and Group Therapy
Counselors are available to meet on an individual basis with students seeking help. We also offer group therapy. Students seek counseling to deal with a wide variety of concerns including adjusting to college, anxiety and stress reduction, time management, academic concerns, managing depression, relationship problems, eating difficulties, conflict management, or anything else that concerns YOU!
A Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is available to students engaged in counseling services. Appointments are made through a virtual psychiatric prescribing clinic. If a student needs a mental health prescription, they must first be clients of the Counseling Center, and continue to use counseling services. For students not interested in counseling services, we are able to provide off campus referrals. Please contact our office for more information.
Crisis Intervention/Emergency Services
In case of emergencies, please dial 911 or Contact Campus Police at 216-373-5212
Crisis Counseling is available outside of normal business hours by calling the Counseling Center Emergency on call line (216) 373-7199.
Outreach, Training, Presentations
Our staff offers outreach, training and presentations that support student development to the entire campus community on stress management, emotional wellness, self-care, burnout recognition, grit, drug and alcohol abuse, healthy relationships, sexual assault/sexual health, study skills, disordered earing patterns/healthy body image, depression, anxiety and suicide prevention. If you would like the Counseling Center to provide a presentation or other outreach programming to your student group or class, please complete the Outreach Request Form.
Outreach Request Form:
To request NDC Counseling Center staff to present at your class, please follow this link: