We help students who experience gender-based violence, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment through short-term and on-going individual counseling services. We also provide assistance for students who dealing with family stressors, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, anger management, parenting issues, navigating the courts and ACS, etc.. We also provide crisis intervention for students in need of immediate assistance. Some common crises students visit to the Women’s Center are dealing with sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. Click on the underlined words to read about what each word means.
To make an appointment, stop by the Women’s Center for Gender Justice in L.67.00 or call Jessica Greenfield at 646.557.4535. You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All of our staff are confidential employees. We will not report any information you share without your permission, unless there is an imminent threat.
Note: Although we provide some tips on this website for dealing with these issues, it is not a substitute for reaching out to trained professionals for more comprehensive service for these situations. Abusive partners and stalkers who have computer knowledge may be able to track your computer activity including websites you visit and documents you open. Use a computer in a public space or a friend’s house if you think this might be a possibility.