Individual and Group Counseling
The Counseling Center can help address:
- Stress,anxiety or panic attacks
- Feelings of depression, sadness or loneliness.
- Homesickness and adjusting to a new place, lifestyle, or culture.
- Transition from high school to college life.
- Relationship problems with partners, friends, family.
- Problems with your college courses or grades.
- Alcohol or drug use.
- Sexual identity or orientation issues.
- Grief from loss of loved ones.
Group sessions help students deal with typical stressors such as self-confidence, self-esteem, relationships and stress related to employment, college and family issues. Participating in groups is a great way to connect with other students in a safe and supportive environment. Please call (212) 650-8222 for specific details on group counseling sessions.
These are the counseling groups offered during Spring 2014 semester:
Get closer with conversations for connection. The Relationship Group is a relationship education group open to all orientations. Singles, couples, and people in all kinds of relationships are welcome. This is an open group and no appointment is necessary to attend. The group is open to all CCNY students.Mondays 1:00 – 2:00 pm Marshak J-15 Begins February 10, 2014 Ends May 12, 2014
Stop by to learn about stress management and coping strategies for busy lives in college. The Stress Management Group is an open group and no appointment is necessary to attend. The group is open to all CCNY students.Thursdays 12:30 – 1:30 pm Marshak J-15 Starts February 13, 2014 Ends May 15, 2014
Peer Counseling Program
CCNY offers Peer Counseling as another level of support to help CCNY students address barriers to learning. Peer Counselors (PCs) are carefully-selected and trained undergraduate students with an interest in Psychology or Counseling. They provide several hours per week of peer counseling and campus outreach, and receive weekly supervision by a licensed psychologist. Their training allows them to utilize supportive counseling and problem-solving techniques for students with issues common to college students, such as relationships, decision making, and stress. Peer Counseling is confidential and free to all CCNY students. "As peer counselors, we are here to listen and explore feelings. Our goal is to help you develop your own solutions to problems…"