SEEK Wellness Services

Acutely aware that mental health and wellness are priorities during these socially distant times, the QC SEEK Program has developed Wellness Services to provide individual counseling, wellness workshops, and support groups for students.

Spring 2021 Hours of Operation:
  • Mondays - 9 AM to 4 PM
  • Tuesdays - 9 AM to 6 PM
  • Thursdays - 10 AM to 5 PM
  • Fridays - 9 AM to 5 PM
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Individual Wellness

Interested in accessing counseling services? Complete the form below and a member of the Wellness Team will follow-up with you via email with instructions on how to schedule an appointment. 

Academic Success

If you’re a SEEK student currently on academic probation who needs to complete the academic success requirements, click HERE to schedule your appointment with a member of our Wellness Team. Be sure to select “Academic Success Appointment” when scheduling!

Wellness Workshops

For the Spring 2021 semester, our wellness workshops will take place on the following Mondays during free hour (12:15 – 1:30 PM):

  • February 8 – “Ready, Set, GOALS!”
  • February 22 – “It’s Complicated: Family Relationships”
  • March 8 – “It’s Complicated: Friendships & Dating”
  • March 22  – “Spring Forward into Wellness”
  • April 12 – “Looking Within: Building Self-Awareness”
  • May 3 – “Thinking Back, Looking Forward”

Wellness Team

Dr. Allyson Regis

wellness coordinator

Dr. Cicely Rodway

wellness supervisor

Kenneth James

wellness intern

Kenneth is a 2nd year graduate student at St. John’s University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and he is from Piscataway, NJ. During his undergraduate career, he attended Morgan State University and graduated with a major in Psychology. He has clinical interest in a client’s transition from incarceration to life on the outside by facilitating career development and trauma treatment. He is also a sales executive at BrownMill Company which is an innovative lifestyle fashion brand touted as a combination of bespoke tailoring and streetwear.
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Sneha Rawlani

wellness intern

Sneha is a 2nd year graduate student at New York University in the Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness program, and she is originally from Mumbai, India. She is interested in working with children, adolescents, and young adults, especially from marginalized communities. She believes that to access healing and wellness, we must work at the individual, interpersonal, and societal/systemic levels. She believes that in her role as a therapist, it is important to provide empowerment and affirmation, and to hold hope for her clients. Sneha loves words (reading and writing), food (eating and cooking), photography, ceramics, candles, cats, and rainy days.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few examples of situations/issues when counseling can be helpful:
  • Stress, anxiety, depression, etc.
  • Conflict with family (responsibilities at home, saying no to parents, etc.)
  • Conflict with friends or difficulty making friends
  • Romantic relationships (conflict with a partner, how to navigate dating or sex, etc.)
  • Academic concerns (stress, time management, etc.)
  • Self-care (e.g., sleep, exercise, negative thinking, etc.)
  • Coping with the pandemic
  • Concerns/questions related to race, gender, immigration status, socioeconomic status, etc.
  • Wanting a space to vent and figure things out
  • Not having other adults in your life who can help or whom you can talk to freely

Counseling or therapy is a private and confidential space for you to discuss anything that’s on your mind or that you’re struggling with. Your Wellness Counselor is not an authority figure or an expert. They are there to listen to you and offer suggestions, but you will take the lead. You both will work together to come up with solutions that suit you best. Counseling involves change and growth and therefore, it requires effort and can often feel uncomfortable. However, it should also ultimately make it easier to face your challenges and help you feel better. Your Wellness Counselor should make you feel comfortable, safe, and not judged for anything. 

You don’t have to be struggling a lot or have a really big problem to seek counseling. Depending on what you’re dealing with and how much support you would like, you and your counselor can meet once a week, or more often if required. After your first appointment, you can decide if you would like to continue counseling.

This process can help you with:

  • managing stress
  • processing emotions
  • problem-solving
  • decision-making
  • goal-setting
  • changing habits or patterns
  • or simply having someone to talk to

At times, you may want to see someone more immediately to talk about something that’s happened or you may be on the fence about making an appointment. These drop-in hours are a space where you can sign on via Zoom and have a one-on-one, 20-minute conversation with a member of the Wellness Team. It’s quick, it’s confidential, and it gives you a chance to see what counseling might be like! 

This is on a first-come, first-served basis. There may be a wait to be let into the Zoom room if the Wellness Counselor is already speaking with someone else. In that case, you will have to patiently wait in the virtual waiting room and we will see you as soon as we can! Please note that drop-in hours are not a substitute for counseling and this service is not appropriate for emergency situations.

You can access the Crisis Text Line which is a free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text CUNY to 741741 from anywhere in the US to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

Click HERE for more details on how it works & other frequently asked questions

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