The Counseling Center is part of the Hazen Center for Integrated Care, which provides a holistic approach to student health and wellness. The Counseling Center, Student Health Center, and Prevention and Outreach Services support students’ mind, body and spirit throughout their Brockport experience.
The information contained in this website is not intended to diagnose or treat a mental health concern. We simply invite you to learn more about what we do and how we can help. The site offers numerous resources about a variety of topics which you may find helpful. We hope you find what you are looking for. If not, you are always welcome to stop by and see us in Hazen Hall, or call us at (585) 395-2207.
The Counseling Center provides services and programs, which enhance the quality of life for all members of The College at Brockport community. The Counseling Center promotes the personal development and psychological well-being of all students and fosters a College environment, which is conducive to growth. The Counseling Center’s professional services contribute to the comprehensive educational experiences of students by facilitating their intellectual, personal, and interpersonal development.
Cost of services
Services are free of charge to all registered students, as part of the health fee. In some situations there may be a fee for specialized services (i.e. students involved in an on or off campus legal/court action).
All clinical services offered by Counseling Center are confidential. This means that information about you will not be released to anyone without your written permission except in limited circumstances.
The College at Brockport Hazen Center for Integrated Care supports all initiatives to create a campus climate guided by the values of cultural inclusion, respect, equality and equity. Such a climate is essential to college health. Consistent with those values, the Hazen Center for Integrated Care rejects all forms of intolerance and subtler forms of discriminatory conduct with respect to the following: age; gender identity, including transgender; marital status; physical size; race/ethnicity; psychological/physical/learning disability; religious, spiritual or cultural idientity; sex; sexual orientation; socioeconomic status; or veteran status.
Coping with tragedy
Click here to find some helpful tips on coping with tragedy from The Jed Foundation.
If you or someone you know is in danger of hurting themselves or others, please contact University Police at x2222 if on campus; off campus, call 911 or Lifeline (585) 275-5151.