Welcome to Counseling & Health Services
Counseling & Health Services is comprised of four distinct centers: Counseling Center, Student Wellness Center, Women’s Center, and Health Center. Each one offers unique and varied programming, services, support and education relating to wellness and health.
Below is a brief description of each Center. For more information about the services provided by a specific center, press the “Ctrl” key and click on the name of the Center.
Thank you for your interest in Counseling & Health Services. Counseling & Health
Services is part of Kingsborough Community College’s Office of Student Affairs.
COUNSELING CENTER | Room D102 | Phone 718 368 5975
The Counseling Center provides emotional and psychological support to students as
they pursue their academic and personal goals, and strive toward enhancing the quality
of their experience at Kingsborough. Counseling sessions are confidential and free
for all currently enrolled students. In addition to individual counseling, the Counseling
Center offers Faculty and Staff Outreach Services. Faculty and Staff Outreach services
provide presentations and consultations to faculty and staff on crisis intervention
stemming from students behavioral and emotional problems in class and on campus.
Student Wellness Center | Room A108 (E &F) |
Phone 718 368 5300
The Student Wellness Center (SWC) provides health and mental health education in an integrated and holistic way. SWC connects students with wellness resources on and off campus, offers psycho-educational workshops in classrooms, and promotes healthy living through various events on campus. Students are able to schedule a Wellness Appointment to discuss time management, success in college, healthy eating, self-care strategies and more.
To make a wellness appointment or for more information about events being held by the Student Wellness Center, call or visit our office. Wellness appointments are confidential and free.
WOMEN'S CENTER | Room M382 | Phone 718 368 4700
The Women’s Center provides women on campus a place to gather, socialize, network and examine the transitioning lifestyles that will allow them to develop to their fullest potential. Its services include counseling and crisis intervention, special programs, projects, seminars and workshops for women, peer support groups, resources, and consultations with academic departments, organizations and individuals to expand awareness of gender dynamics and women’s concerns.
HEALTH CENTER | Room A108 | Phone 718 368 5684
|The Health Center is one of many support services offered by the Department of Student
Development. It provides first aid health care, medical record review, storage and
retrieval, medical consultations, health related referrals, health education, advisory,
and preventative health services. A registered nurse is always in attendance when
classes are in session.