Mental Health & Wellness Services

The team of Student Support & Counseling is part of the Office of Student Health & Wellness in the Division of Student Affairs. Student Support and Counseling serves as a first point of contact for the Teachers College community to assist in developing short term wellness plans to reduce stress, improve performance and connect students to resources to support their bio-psychosocial-spiritual development.

 When a student is interested in speaking with a member of the office of Student Health and Wellness they are asked to complete an online request.  At that time, they will be scheduled for a wellness consult or a wellness intake. 

If a staff member is interested in speaking with a member of the Student Support and Counseling team or referring a student they must complete a faculty referral form.  A member of the student support and counseling team will reach out to the staff member to determine next step and assist in the development of an action plan 


Do you have walk-in hours or drop-in appointments at TC?

At this time we are available to provide scheduled appointments only. However, Columbia Counseling and Psychological Services provide mental health counseling drop-in hours on main campus at Lerner Hall, 8th Floor. Please check their website or call 212-854-2878 for exact locations and times.


Are services available 24/7?

At this time, we are available to see students by appointment only. To make an appointment, please fill out the following google form to provide initial information and services you are interested in. 

If you're experiencing suicidal ideations or an emergency crisis, please dial 911 or visit the nearest hospital. We are unable to provide any kind of emergency services and to operate or respond within 24hrs. For more information on emergencies, check our Emergencies section.

You can always go to the nearest emergency room or call 911. If you're on campus, you may also call Public Safety at 212-678-3333.

For gender-based violence concerns, reach a survivor advocate at 212-854-4357.

You can also quickly check our Emergencies  section for more contacts.

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