The Counseling Center
The Counseling Center
The mission of the Counseling Center is to assist students in the resolution of any barriers that may hinder their ability to achieve their highest academic potential, while ensuring their mental health needs are met, regardless of ability to pay. Counselors provide free of charge and confidential short-term, student-centered and culturally informed psychological services from a modern and integrative theoretical orientation, treating all students with respect and recognition of their unique strengths. Counseling offers students a safe, confidential, and nonjudgmental space to voice their concerns and address these concerns with a counselor. Counselors provide students with feedback, they listen, reflect, and validate students’ emotions, and they offer support and strategies for coping with challenges. Counseling has been shown to be helpful with a wide range of concerns and is effective for both chronic problems and situational difficulties. Most students learn that counseling offers tremendous benefits in helping them work through problems that are affecting their lives.
The Counseling Center also serves as a liaison to the community, linking students to more intensive and longer term services when needed. Additionally, the Counseling Center is committed to supporting faculty in the identification of students who may benefit from counseling services and reaching students in need.
Services at the Counseling Center include individual counseling, crisis intervention, group counseling, consultation, referral, and psycho-educational activities. Students who are interested in scheduling an appointment or learning about the Counseling Center should call (212) 650-8222, stop by Health and Wellness Services in the Marshak Science Building J-15, or email email@example.com,edu.
The Gender Resources Program
The Gender Resources Program promotes a culture of inclusion of all gender and sexual identities at CCNY while recognizing the intersectionality of oppression, race, religion, class, ability/disability, immigration status and ethnicity. The program provides confidential clinical services to registered CCNY students including crisis support and resources for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and interpersonal violence. We nurture and support the LGBTQIA community. Students who are interested in scheduling an appointment or learning more about the Gender Resources Program should call (212) 650-8222, stop by Health and Wellness Services in Marshak Building, Room J-15 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Emergency Grants programs is for currently enrolled students in degree granting programs who are not in debt to the college. These grants can assist students for short-term, non-recurring emergencies with a one-time grant to alleviate the situation. Any matriculated student in good academic standing,who is experiencing a current and unforeseen emergency,is eligible to apply for a grant. Interested students can visit the emergency grant website: //http:www.ccny.cuny.edu/services/resources
Student Health Services
Student Health Services (SHS) provides clinical services such as immunizations(MMR),basic first aid care, pregnancy testing, contraception education, and PPD testing. These services are available to all current CCNY students and free of charge. SHS also arranges for free on-site HIV Testing and information regarding health insurance options.
New York State Public Health Law 2165 and 2167, and Title 10 New York Codes, Rules and Regulations Subpart 66-2 (10 NYCRR Subpart 66-2) mandates that all incoming students, degree or non-degree, born after December 31, 1956, must be immunized against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). All students (regardless of age) must complete the meningitis response form. Students need to submit the immunization record and meningitis response form before registering for classes.
Students may download forms from the Student Health Services website: http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/shs
Student Health Services is located in the Marshak Building, Room J-15 and can be reached at 212-650-8222.