One-on-one counseling provides the opportunity to speak freely and discuss private, personal issues. Students say they gain a wider perspective and develop more options for dealing with stressful situations and feelings. We encourage you to come in for an initial appointment to talk about how counseling might be helpful and to discuss any questions you have about how counseling works. Some students are helped in one visit; while others come to therapy for several weeks. If you need longer term counseling, we can help you make arrangements to see a counselor near campus.
Groups offer the opportunity to learn new skills and to share your concerns in a safe environment, by meeting with other students. Some groups are focused on a common concern, such as test anxiety, relationships transitions and stress reduction.
Married and unmarried students are welcome to come, both members must be enrolled students at Molloy.
Student Workshops and On Campus trainings
Workshops focus on learning new skills to enhance personal well-being and academic success. Previous workshops include test anxiety, stress management, suicide prevention, eating disorders, alcohol and other drugs awareness and prevention. On Campus trainings are available to faculty and staff to assist them in referring student the SPCC and addressing students' mental health needs. Trainings also contains psychoeducational materials.
Any RA, faculty or staff, administration, or coach can feel free to contact us to schedule a presentation.
If you interested in a workshop, contact the SPCC via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off-Campus Referral Services
Students that are determined to require longer-term, intensive treatment and/or who present with issues that require services beyond the scope of our office will be referred to appropriate treatment services off- campus. Referrals are also provided for students who opt not to utilize our services.
Consultation and Outreach
The SPCC is available for consultation to college faculty, administration, and departments for issues related to mental health, counseling, and performance. We are also available to make presentations and provide training on a wide variety of topics.
Crisis Intervention and Mental Health Emergencies
If you are experiencing a crisis, or have serious reason to believe that someone you know is a danger to themselves or others, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Public Safety 516.323.3500 if on RVC Main Campus. For all other Molloy College off- site locations, call 9-1-1. For further information on how to help a student in distress click here.
Online Mental Health Screenings
Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources. Click here to start your screening today.