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Welcome to Counseling Services
When social and emotional concerns get in the way of daily activities and academic performance, talking to a mental health professional in a supportive atmosphere can help. Our services are available to NYCC students, faculty, and staff at no charge. Check out this website to find out more about our services and discover a variety of mental health and wellness resources.
Services for Students
If you are feeling anxious, depressed, troubled about a personal problem, or unsure how to make a difficult decision, you don?t have to go it alone. At NYCC, counseling is confidential and is paid for by your student activities fee. We are licensed counselor/therapists and are trained and experienced in the latest and best approaches to helping students achieve mental and emotional wellness.
Services for Faculty and Staff
Helping Students in Distress
Faculty and staff are a key link in ensuring that students receive mental health services when they need them. We invite faculty, staff, and administrators to contact us with concerns regarding individual students and with questions about campus-wide mental health issues. These consultations are always confidential. For more information on identifying and assisting students in distress, see our handbook on Recognizing and Helping Students in Distress.
Workshops and Seminars
We are available to provide workshops, training seminars and other programs aimed at improving the health and well-being of the campus community. We also offer classroom presentations on mental health issues as they present in clinical practice. Call us to find out how we can enhance your academic program by presenting information on mental health issues.
Counseling for faculty and Staff
We provide counseling to NYCC faculty and staff on a short term, no charge basis. Our services are confidential and paid for by NYCC. When needed, we make referrals to outside mental health service providers and support groups.
Meet Our Staff
Eve Abrams, LCSW
Eve provides counseling services to the campus community of students, their significant others, faculty and staff. These services include assessment, individual and group counseling, advisory and related support services, client referral, crisis intervention, training, outreach, and consultation.
Eve collaborates with clients to establish and sustain emotional well being in relational, academic, and spiritual dimensions. She believes that a better understanding of any issue or event, current or past, and the ability to effect change, are always possible.
John Bailey, LMHC
John joins Eve in providing individual and group counseling, consultation, and outreach to members of the NYCC community. John has a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Rochester.
John observes that each person comes to counseling not only with a particular need, but also with a huge set of strengths. John believes that “when people access their full range of intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, and physical capabilities, no problem is too large to overcome.”
Need Help Now?
- During work hours. (Monday through Friday, 8:30AM-4:30PM) call Counseling Services at 315-568-3064. Let us know that you would like immediate assistance and we will respond. If you prefer, you may come to our offices at Anatomy LL7.
- Other times. Call 1-800-273-TALK. This twenty-four hour crisis line will bring you help and hope. For in-person assistance on the NYCC campus, call NYCC Security at 3022.
- If you are in the presence of someone who is at imminent risk of harming self or others! Dial 911 and request assistance. Stay with the person until assistance arrives. Notify NYCC Security at 3022 as soon as you have called 911. Security will respond and will alert Counseling Services and other resources