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Counseling Services

Counseling Services provides confidential behavioral health services to currently enrolled SUNY Geneseo students. As specialists in working with college students, the professionals at Counseling Services can help to address a wide variety of mental health and personal concerns. Counseling Services strives to make our services accessible and equitable to all students.

For immediate help, call University Police at 585-245-5222, or call 911 or 211. For other 24/7 assistance, text "START" to 741-741 for Crisis Text Line or call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).  Also review our Mental Health Quick Resource List for 24/7 hotlines, campus resources, and referral information.

For general resources, our Coping with College page offers online mental health options, pandemic-related assistance, mind-body coping resources, wellness activities, and resources specific to BIPOC and LGBTQ populations.

For specific information on behavioral health services provided, review Our Services.

To provide feedback, reach out to the Director of Counseling Services, Jaime Castillo, at, or use the anonymous Student Health and Counseling Advisory (SHAC) feedback form.

General Information

Students, we will do our best to ensure that your needs are met, whether through our short-term treatment services, self-help options, referrals to off-campus providers, or other resources. Our services are provided by licensed mental health professionals specializing in college counseling.

All currently enrolled students have access to initial triage, crisis, and consultation services. For more details about the services we provide to students as well as to the Geneseo community, review Our Services.

Graduate students who are looking for a training placement can view our Counseling Services Training Program information.

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For more details about the services we provide, review Our Services.