Mental Health Resources, for anxiety related to COVID-19, from the JED Foundation can be found here.
Counseling Services offers comprehensive clinical services to the full-time undergraduate and residential graduate students of Manhattanville College free of charge. We offer individual, group, couple, and family therapy, as well as consultations, assessments, psychiatric evaluations, crisis intervention, and referrals. We also have a wellness room that includes a massage chair, a lightbox, and biofeedback.
Individual Counseling provides students with an opportunity to discuss a variety of issues in a safe, confidential and supportive environment. Such issues may include adjustment difficulties, homesickness, relationship stress, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, family discord, gender and sexual identity, alcohol and substance abuse, eating disorders, and many others.
Counseling Services follows a brief therapy model in order to accommodate the entire student body. During your first session, you and your counselor will determine how Counseling Services can best meet your needs. If a student requires long term counseling or their issues are beyond the scope of Counseling Services, a referral to an off-campus mental health provider may become necessary. If this is the case, Counseling Services will work with the student on locating and transitioning to an outside provider.
Student Health and Counseling is currently offering the below groups:
Much has been lost during these last few months, from jobs, to daily routines, to lives. Loss During COVID is a support group for students who are struggling with the losses they have experienced because of COVID-19. For questions and concerns contact email@example.com.
Feeling overwhelmed by the pressures of school, relationships, work and the overall stress that comes with life in these chaotic times? Come, take a break with us, every Wednesday at 2pm to rest, rejuvenate, and uplift your inner resources, leaving you feeling better able to effectively manage the busy-ness of life as a college student. For questions and concerns contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Emotional Toolbox group is a Dialectical Behavior Therapy based group. This group is designed to help students understand and manage strong emotions through mindfulness emotion regulation and distress tolerance skills. This group will be led by Christine Podber. For questions please email Christine.email@example.com
The purpose of this group is to get up and get your body stretched and moving! With having online classes, we find ourselves sitting behind a computer not only for class, but also to do homework and attend meetings as well. We sit all day, and our bodies can get stiff. Physically, stretching can help get your blood pumping throughout your body and get yourself moving even for a short period of time. It can help us prevent feeling stiff from sitting behind the computer all day. Mentally, stretching gives you a break! It helps give your mind something to focus on other than school or any potential stressors you may be facing. It takes you away from other distractions and allows you to do something for you! It can help you clear your mind, focus on giving your body some movement, and take a break to help you feel ready to go back and tackle whatever task you have next. For questions and concerns contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Specific dates and times to be determined by member's availability and interest. Please call us, SHAC at (914)323-5155 or email email@example.com for more information about these exciting group opportunities!
Below are samples of previous courses (groups not in session):
Perhaps you have questions or concerns that are health-related; we have experts who can provide answers!
SHAC utilizes Microsoft Teams for appointments and groups. Please download Microsoft Teams prior to utilizing our services. Click on links below for instructions on how to download Teams. If you need additional assistance, or are unable to utilize MS Teams, you can contact us at (914) 323-7277.