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Consultation & Outreach

The Old Westbury Counseling & Career Center offers more than just counseling. We provide a number of consultative and educational programs for the Old Westbury community.

Consultation can be very helpful to individuals who are worried about a particular student. Consultations are available for staff, faculty, or administrators to address a range of issues including services available; how to recognize students who need help; strategies for helping connect a student with the counseling center or other support services, crisis intervention and management, as well as other related matters. Counseling Center Staff are also available to consult with concerned family members, friends, or roommates of students experiencing emotional distress.

Please understand that all information about our students is confidential and that information regarding counseling sessions cannot be released without a student’s written permission, unless there is a threat of danger. However, we can still provide general information about how to understand, provide assistance, or get help for the person or situation you describe. And confidentiality does not limit what you can tell us. If an administrator, staff or faculty member would like to follow-up a referral to the counseling center, it is best to speak directly with the student, who is not legally obligated by the same promise of confidentiality as the counselors.

The Counseling & Career Center also presents programs and workshops to any campus group. These programs are designed to increase personal growth and skill development. Presentations include information and an opportunity for exploration and discussion. The staff regularly conducts workshops on the following topics:

  • Relationships
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Anger Management
  • Sexual Assault and Date Rape
  • Stress Management
  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing
  • Interviewing Skills

If there is any program you may want that is not listed, please contact us at (516) 876-3053. We will be happy to design a program to meet your needs.

Upcoming Outreach Events:

  • Peer Counselor/Educator Training Wednesdays at 2:30 PM, September 19 – December 5, 2007
  • “Importance of Internships” – Wednesday, September 26, 2007
  • ”I’m Listening: So You’ve seen Tony Soprano talk to his shrink on HBO. When should YOU see a counselor?” – October 1, 2007; November 20, 2007
  • Interviewing Skills workshop – October 3, 2007
  • Panel Discussion: Students share their Washington DC internship experience through the SUNY Brockport and Georgetown Univ. program – October 15, 2007
  • Nassau County Legislature Office Job Fair – October 24, 2007
  • Careers in Student Affairs Information Table – October 24, 2007
  • Rape Awareness Week – November 12 – November 16, 2007
  • “How To Know If Your Date Crossed the Line: Sex, Violence and the Law” – November 13;
  • Rape Aggressive Defense Class – November 13;
  • KEYNOTE EVENT: SOARS (A Story about A Rape Survivor) – November 14th, 12 – 2 PM
  • Take Back the Night March – November 14; Speak Out – November 14
  • Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week – April 14 – 18, 2007
  • KEYNOTE Presentation: “DUI: A Powerful Lesson” by Mark Sterner (Campus Speak)

Contact the Office of Counseling & Career Services for details (i.e., time, location).

 

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