The CWRU Psychology Clinic
(216) 368-0719 or

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, the CWRU Psychology Clinic remains open but in modified form. In an effort to further assist our community, our graduate student trainees and supervisory psychologists will be offering support for people in distress due to the pandemic. Because of the community lock-down, our building remains closed, but we have established several means of support using technology-assisted support sessions.

We are offering to provide short-term support while our community is dealing with the pandemic. For a variety of logistical reasons, we are not viewing this as similar to or a replacement for ongoing psychotherapy sessions. If you need traditional psychotherapy sessions, please contact other providers who may have more resources. Also, you may contact our office for traditional psychotherapy after the quarantine has been lifted and our operations have resumed as usual.

We are available to help you if you fall into one of these categories:

  • You have a loved one who is hospitalized for the coronavirus but hospital visitation is not allowed.

  • You have been recently bereaved by the coronavirus, and the bereavement process has been disrupted by the community lockdown.

  • You work as a medical provider, police officer, EMT first responder, or another type of “essential personnel” and you are worried about being infected on the job.

  • You lost your job because of the quarantine and subsequent drop in the economy.

  • You live alone and feel isolated during the quarantine.

Note: During the current pandemic, our clinic is NOT staffed to help people who might be struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, severe depression or suicidal tendencies, eating disorders, psychotic symptoms, or strong emotions triggered by recent or past traumatic events.