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Please be advised that as of September 8th, 2020 there is limited staff on-site in the CWC Monday-Friday, from 9am-5pm to manage crisis/urgent situations.


Current Hours of Operation: 

Monday-Friday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm. 

For the Fall 2020 semester, there will be very limited staff on-site, and the CWC will continue to provide the majority of services through telemental health (video and phone sessions). Please click on the “Telemental Health” tab on the right side of this page for more info, including Telemental Health FAQ’s.

Scheduling an Appointment:

To schedule an appointment with a counselor, or if you would like help with a referral, we ask that students contact us at 212-774-0700 or Counseling@mmm.edu rather than dropping by the office. Kindly include your phone number in any communication so we can call you to discuss next steps.

If you are already receiving services at CWC, you may contact your counselor directly to coordinate your upcoming appointments. 

Drop-in Hours: Monday-Friday from 2pm-4pm. Drop-in hours will also be provided through telemental health—please contact CWC in the morning if you would like to schedule a same-day drop in appointment.

**Please note that email and voicemail are not monitored continuously. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, DO NOT wait for a response back from a counselor. Instead, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), NYCWELL at 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.**

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The Counseling & Wellness Center (CWC) supports students’ psychological and personal wellness. CWC offers free short-term individual counseling, medication consultation and management, wellness programs, and referrals for treatment in the community.

The staff is made up of clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, a nurse practitioner, and advanced doctoral psychology trainees.

CWC is committed to working with all students from our diverse and inclusive community. Counselors are sensitive to the issues of historically marginalized populations, including students of color, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning people. All students will be treated with respect and understanding.

In addition to counseling sessions, CWC provides:

  • Psychiatric evaluations for medication.
  • Drop-in Hours Monday-Friday from 2pm-4pm. Drop-in hours will also be provided through telemental health—please contact CWC in the morning if you would like to schedule a same-day drop in appointment). 
  • Referrals for therapists and other psychiatric resources in the community.
  • Educational programs, events, and workshops (including mindfulness groups, and Fall and Spring Stress Down Days).