Counseling Services

Wellness Wheel

 Summer 2020 – Support in Time of COVID-19

  • We are a community of learners and developing leaders.
  • We remain connected in this time of physical distancing.
  • We are here for each other.

Counseling Services will be scheduling for fall 2020 starting in August for individual appointments and providing “Let’s Talk” during multiple days/times throughout the semester. In the meantime, please contact Anne Ober, PhD, LPCC-S at with any questions or concerns. We celebrate the perseverance and accomplishments of the Class of 2020. Watch Counseling Services’ Farewell Video.

Need Help Finding a Telehealth Provider (counseling and psychiatry) in your area?

Search by location and insurance.

Faculty and Staff – Our new EAP provider is Chrysalis Family Solutions. You can reach them at 330.439.5651 and tell them you are seeking services through the College of Wooster EAP.

Are you in Crisis?

If you are living in the US,

  • contact your local County Crisis Center for a safety assessment and advisement on which hospital ER would be able to provide you the best care during this time.
  • You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK, or
  • the Crisis Text Line: Text “4HOPE” to 741-741.

If you are living outside the US, view this website for a list of countries and their crisis numbers.

You@Woo Information

Searching for helpful information on managing your well-being and staying connected to resources on campus?

Check out YOU@WOO a personalized web portal connecting you to online tools and campus resources to support you and your goals. Students, Faculty, and Staff can create a confidential profile on YOU@WOO.

Looking for a tools to help with self-care?

Here is a self-assessment resource and an article on establishing a routine as well as some general tips.

Love is Louder a program developed by the JED Foundation with many resources and information to support college students during this time of physical distancing and increased uncertainty and stress.

Not sure which app will best help support your mental health during this time?

Check out One Mind Psyberguide.

Are you a student of color and seeking specific resources?
And/or a student who identifies as LGBTQ+?

The Steve Fund has a variety of resources including Community Conversations webinars (Is this a New or Temporary Normal?: Life for Students of Color in Fall 2020).

The Trevor Projectprovidescrisis support via phone, chat and text and a multitude of other resources.

Are you an International Student?

You have free access to My SSP, a confidential and free support 24/7 from clinical advisors (who can speak with students in your native language and understand living and studying in a different country)

Download the free My SSP app from Apple or Android app store; visit the website; or dial 1.866.743.7732 in North America (001.416.380.6578 for access outside North America)

Are you a student athlete?

NCAA has many resources, including Supporting Student-Athlete Mental Wellness video.