Racial Trauma Resources
Racial trauma is the term used to describe the emotional and physical reaction People of Color often have to acts of racism. In this section you will find many resources to help validate the experience of racial trauma, learn about inter-generational trauma and the potential impact of repeated experiences of racism.
The Counseling Center has compiled a list of resources available that will help educate you on the process of anti-racism. You will find links to articles, Ted talks, infographics and much more that will help you become a more effective ally.
Here you will find information about NYC resources including hotlines and texting services that address emergency mental health situations such as suicidal feelings, drug addiction, depression, drug and alcohol addiction and more. Many of these crisis resources are available 24 hours day/7 days a week.
Comprehensive information about resources for therapy in the five boroughs of NYC, this page will help you find options that will work for you.
Coping with COVID-19
Even if COVID hasn’t affected you personally, you undoubtedly know many who have been affected. This page has information and resources to help you and your loved ones.