Off-Campus Counseling Resources
Community Mental Health Clinics
Mt. Sinai Adolescent Health Center
312-320 East 94th Street, New York, NY 10128
Blanton Peale Counseling Center
7 West 30th Street, 9th Fl., New York, NY
(212) 725-7850 Ext. 119
Callen Lorde Community Health Center
56 West 18th Street, New York, NY
Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services
135 West 50th Street, New York, NY 10020
Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
Hamilton Madison House
Henry Street Settlement
Web Resources & Tools
State University of New York (SUNY)-Mental Health Matters
Go Ask Alice-website produced by Columbia University providing information to assist in making
decisions about health and well-being
Child Mind Institute-general mental health resources
ZocDoc: Find and Book an Appointment with a Counselor in the Community
Ulifeline: great online resource for college mental health
Cyberbullying on the College Campus
The College Student’s Guide To Sleep
RAINN National Sexual Assault
Drugs and Alcohol
Body Image & Eating Disorders
Strength Finder Video Series
What are your strenghts and what do your strengths and talents look like under stress,
uncertainty and crisis? Learn about them through the following video series:
Achiever Talent: Do you have a relentless need for achievement?
Activator Talent: "When can we start?" is a recurring question in your life
Adaptability Talent: You live in the moment
Analytical Talent: "Prove it. Show me why what you are claiming is true."
Arranger Talent: You are a conductor
Belief Talent: You have certain values that are enduring.
Command Talent: You take charge
Communication Talent: You like to explain, to describe, host, speak in public or write.
Competition Talent: A need to outperform your peers
Connectedness Talent: You know that we are all connected
Consistency Talent: You have a need to treat people the same
Context Talent: You look back to understand the present
Deliberative Talent: You identify, assess, and reduce risk
Developer Talent: You see potential in others
Discipline Talent: Your world needs to be ordered and planned.
Empathy Talent: You can sense the emotions of those around you
Focus Talent: Your goals are your compass
Futuristic Talent: The future fascinates you. "Wouldn't it be great if...?"
Harmony Talent: you look for areas of agreement
Ideation Talent: You are fascinated by ideas
Includer Talent: You like to include others and make them feel a part of the group.
Individualization Talent: You are intrigued by the unique talents of each person
Input Talent: You collect information-words, facts, books and quotations
Intellection Talent: You like to think. You like mental activity.
Learner Talent: You love to learn
Maximizer Talent: Excellence, not average is your measure
Positivity Talent: You are generous with praise and always on the look out for the
positive in a situation
Relator Talent: You derive great pleasure and strength from being around your close
Responsibility Talent: You take psychological ownership for anything you commit to,
and feel emotionaly bound to follow it through to completion
Restorative Talent: You love to solve problems
Self-Assurance Talent: You have faith in your strengths
Significance Talent: You want to be significant in the eyes of others
Strategic Talent: You create alternative ways to sort through the clutter and find
the best route.
Woo Talent: You win others over
Mental Health Podcasts
CWC Talks: The College Mental Health Podcast A series of podcasts devoted to honest conversations about college mental health
and wellness. The episodes feature various topics relevant to college students, from
racism to managing panic attacks, to developing resources for hard times
The Happiness Lab A series of podcasts featuring stories that allow you to explore the topic of happiness