Therapy is free and confidential to all SJNY students and records will not be linked to your official school transcript.
The St. Joseph's University Long Island Campus Center for Counseling and Wellness provides comprehensive short-term, goal-directed counseling in a confidential environment for our students. Our counselors help you explore your experiences with the goal of developing awareness and skills to meet life's challenges. These services are free and confidential; they are available so that students can flourish academically, emotionally, and socially.
We offer multi-culturally competent and evidence-based treatment approaches to meet the diverse needs of our students. Therapeutic goals are created followed by weekly sessions or referral services.
Group Psychoeducation Workshops
We offer semesterly workshops that cover topics such as grief and trauma to small groups of students. They meet together under the guidance of a professionally trained therapist. It is a safe place where you come together with peers to learn and discuss the identified topic. To take part in a group, check out our events page to see the current offerings.
If this is an emergency during the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. please contact The Center for Counseling and Wellness at 631.687.1262 or Campus Security. If it is after hours or the weekend, please call 988.
Other Helpful Contacts:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call or text 988
- Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741-741 to text with a trained crisis counselor
- Response of Suffolk County
Community outreach occurs throughout the academic year to build a rich network of resources in the community for all students on campus. Both mental health and wellness resources are canvased for a full spectrum of holistic health. Through this program students gain the opportunity of benefiting from modalities that expand and work complimentary with the St. Joseph's University community.