Student Personal Counseling
The mission of Molloy College's Student Personal Counseling Services is to help students enhance their academic and personal well-being. Call us at 516.323.3484.
Our Student Personal Counseling (SPC) is a confidential and free counseling service available to all Molloy College students - both undergraduate and graduate - who require assistance with student or life issues. The SPC offers a variety of short-term counseling and psychoeducational services. We also offer consultation and training to faculty and staff to assist them in addressing students' psychological needs.
The SPC is staffed with licensed counselors trained in mental health counseling and clinical psychology. The service also provides mental health materials and offers on-site workshop and training for students.
- Individual and group counseling
- Crisis intervention
- Outreach and consultation
- Workshops and on-campus trainings
- Drug and alcohol prevention programs
- Referrals to both on-campus and off-campus resources
- Consultation with administration, faculty and staff on student needs
Some of the issues we address in our office include:
- Stress and anxiety
- Relationship/Family issues
- Grief and bereavement
- Change and adjustment issues
- Self-esteem issues
- Dealing with a trauma
- Eating issues
- Time management
- Domestic violence
- Test or presentation anxiety
How to Make an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, Student Personal Counseling Services may be reached by telephone at 516.323.3484. During the academic semester, counseling is available Monday through Friday. If you are a Molloy College student and experience a psychological emergency during non-business hours, please contact Public Safety at extension 11. If this is an off-campus psychological emergency please dial 911.
Student Personal Counseling Services is located in Kellenberg 207.
In the effort to secure clients' privacy and confidentiality, the SPC does not use email as a mode of communication with students regarding treatment or appointments. All appointments with the SPC should be made by telephone or in person (walk-in). Please note that SPC staff does not monitor email on a 24-hour basis, and is therefore not responsible for email messages involving appointments or treatment concerns for self or others.
A program of the Jed Foundation, ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. Click here to visit their website.
Alcohol E-CHECKUP To GO
Take Molloy's "Alcohol E-CHECKUP TO GO" survey.
The "Alcohol E-Checkup To Go" is a short, online survey that accurately assesses your alcohol use. Please answer all questions honestly. Your answers are confidential.