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Counseling Services

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Concerning Counseling Services


Although we have suspended in person face-to-face counseling sessions, the FIT Counseling Center is operating remotely and is conducting sessions as needed via phone and video. To make an appointment, call us at (212) 217-4260 and leave a message. All calls during business hours will be returned within an hour. Calls placed in the evening will be returned the next business day.

Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 am–5 pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 am–7 pm

You can also make an appointment through the live chat, which is available Monday through Thursday, noon to 2 pm. Here's how:

  • Log in to the FIT Health Portal using your FIT username and password
  • Click 'Chat' and then 'New Chat'

The Counseling Center Chat service is for making appointments only. Also, The Counseling Center at FIT does not offer emergency coverage after business hours. If the Counseling Center is closed and you would like to speak to someone immediately, please contact 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355). NYC WELL is a 24/7 confidential counseling hotline where you can speak with a counselor who is able to talk with you about your needs and your situation. You are also able to text or chat with a counselor at NYC WELL.
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A confidential crisis rext Line created by SUNY and the Office of Mental Health is also available. Text Got5U to 741741.

On campus, you may also contact FIT's Department of Public Safety at (212) 217-7777.

The Counseling Center is dedicated to affirming and providing care for our students who have been directly or vicariously impacted by trauma. We encourage you to contact the Counseling Center if you (or someone you know) would like support with coping and healing.


The Counseling Center is hosting various online workshops to help you adjust to your new living and learning situations. All workshops are led by licensed clinicians and are available only to students who request access to the meetings. To join a meeting/workshop, please contact the clinician listed and provide your email address and phone number. You will receive meeting link information after your request is received. 

Changing Patterns: Creating a New Recovery Design for Your Substance Use
Tuesdays, 56 pm
To join, contact: [email protected]

Developing and Maintaining Relationships During COVID
Wednesdays, Noon–1 pm
To join, contact: [email protected]

Living Through Loss
Every other Friday, 12–1 pm
To join, contact: [email protected]

Effective Communication for Resolving Conflicts
To join, contact [email protected]

Flourishing in These Challenging Times
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-2 pm
To join: Contact [email protected]

BIPOC Student Support
Every other Wednesday, 4-5 pm
To join: Contact [email protected]

African-American and Black American-Specific Mental Health Resources

Online Stress & Mental Health Management Tools & Apps

  • Talkspace Talk to a licensed therapist online through text, phone or video chat
  • Betterhelp  Another online counseling program with licensed therapists
  • Faithful Counseling  An online therapy site for people seeking a Christian therapy perspective
  • Simple Habit  A free meditation app with a focus on five-minute meditations, perfect for helping you break up working or learning from home
  • Calm  A sleep, meditation and relaxation app with thousands of guided stories, sounds and mediations to help center you
  • Headspace  Another popular meditation app with the option of video meditations
  • Yoga with Adriene  A popular YouTube channel with free daily yoga videos
  • Audible's Rise and Shine  If you're already subscribed to Audible, check out the free Rise and Shine yoga series
  • Down Dog  Down Dog is a yoga app offering free downloads and access for students and teachers
  • Woebot  Woebot is a FREE conversational AI chatbot who helps you monitor your mood through cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. This chatbot cannot be a substitute for a doctor. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, reach out to a trusted doctor or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
  • Shine  Shine is a digital wellness app that suggests self-care tips, audio meditations and lets you check in and track your anxiety and depression. It costs $7.99 a month.


Learn about the Counseling Center

Students come to the FIT Counseling Center for assistance with a variety of personal and academic concerns. We encourage students to contact the Counseling Center when concerns are emerging and not to wait, as problems left untreated or unresolved can become much larger and affect ones personal and academic well-being.

Our services are free to all registered, degree-seeking students and are private and confidential. 

The Counseling Center now offers 30 minute mental health assessments, typically within 10 days of a student's initial request for treatment. One to three additional individual sessions may be offered to students on a case by case basis. Group referrals, as well as referrals to an outside resource will then be provided as needed. All students who are in crisis and need to be seen immediately will be given a same day risk-assessment to determine how best to proceed. In order to meet the increasing number of student requests for counseling in this timely manner, we are no longer able to offer 6 to 8 sessions per student. Students seeking weekly psychotherapy will be given a referral to a community provider who can provide longer term care. 

In an emergency, call one of these numbers:

  • 911
  • Your local emergency care unit in connection with the nearest hospital.
  • 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), press 2. This is a free, confidential, 24/7 information and referral crisis hotline offered by the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene, and Vibrant Emotional Health.  
  • For psychotherapy referrals please visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) website.  To contact SAMHSA directly at the National Helpline, call 1-800-662-HELP (4357). Treatment referral and information is available 24/7.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-8255
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