Counseling is a collaborative effort between the counselor and client. Counselors help clients to develop goals and identify solutions to problems that cause emotional distress and impact individual wellness.

We are committed to providing exceptional care by enhancing your overall wellness and the academic mission of Northeast through counseling, outreach and education.

*Students, Faculty and Staff who are in or support fully online academic programs should contact counseling services to see if their state of residence has reciprocity with New York state to provide counseling support.

Services for Students

When social and emotional concerns get in the way of daily activities and academic performance, talking to a counselor in a supportive atmosphere can help you to better understand how to develop optimal mental health and improve your overall wellness.

Services include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Outreach programming
  • Wellness programming
  • Consultation with faculty & staff
  • Help with community referrals
  • Online resources

Services for Faculty and Staff

Counselors are available to consult with students, faculty, staff, and administrators who wish to help students or colleagues, or have questions or concerns about campus-wide mental health issues.

Counselors provide workshops, training seminars, and brief presentations aimed at improving the mental health and well-being of the campus community. Counselors also offer individual consultation and group presentations to foster awareness and understanding of mental health issues in Chiropractic professional practice.

Counseling services are also available on a short term, no charge basis to Northeast faculty and staff.

Need Help Now?

During work hours:

(Monday through Friday, 8:30AM-4:30PM) call Counseling Services at 315-568-3064 or Let us know that you would like immediate assistance and we will respond. If you prefer, you may come to our offices at Academic I, rooms 113-115.

Other times:

Call 1-800-273-TALK. This twenty-four hour crisis line will bring you help and hope. For in-person assistance on the Northeast campus, call Northeast Security at 3022.

If you are in the presence of someone who is at imminent risk of harming self or others!

Dial 911 and request assistance. Stay with the person until assistance arrives. Notify Northeast Security at 3022 as soon as you have called 911. Security will respond and will alert Counseling Services and other resources.

Fill out our Care Team Referral Form.