The Wellness Center provides counseling and wellness services that support and assist you in your intellectual, emotional, psychological, and social development while coping with the challenges of college and life stressors. The Wellness Center offers free and confidential counseling in a safe environment where individual and cultural differences are valued and respected. Our services include: short-term individual counseling, crisis intervention, workshops, outreach and referrals to college community resources.
Contact 718-482-5471 or WellnessCenter@lagcc.cuny.edu for tele-counseling. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9am-5pm Tuesday & Thursday 9am-7pm Visit NYCWell or the NYS Office of Mental Health to receive help with stress and anxiety about COVID-19.
Being well means balancing the emotional, academic, physical, financial, professional, social, environmental and spiritual aspects of your life. Find support through a variety of student services on campus.
Unsure if you or someone you know should see a mental health professional? These online questionnaires can give you a better understanding.
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If someone you know is thinking about suicide, there are a few ways you can help.
We are here to help you address the following concerns:
Room C-249 718-482-5471 WellnessCenter@lagcc.cuny.edu Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday : 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m.–7 p.m. If you need to speak with someone outside of office hours, call 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), text WELL to 65173 or visit NYC Well to chat with a counselor. If you are in danger, in need of immediate medical attention or having thoughts of harming yourself, please call 911.
Everyone experiences stress while in college, but there are ways to manage it. The following apps are available to help you reduce stress and improve your mood.
Get tips for coping with stress during an infectious disease outbreak.
We offer various health and wellness programs to help students succeed in college and beyond.
Designed for students with autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s, social anxiety or isolation and stigmatization, LaGuardia’s Neurodiversity program is a grant that consists of trained peer coaches who specialize in working with students on social interactions and self-esteem issues. Gain personalized strategies, receive holistic counseling and improve your college experience. If this interests you,contact Mark Pierce at 718-349-4023.