We can help.
The Baruch College Counseling Center would like to remind members of the Baruch community that help and support are available for those impacted by the recent earthquake in Nepal. If you or your family has suffered loss, or if awareness of the suffering in Nepal has had an emotional effect on you or someone you know, we are here to help. We encourage you to stop by our office located at 137 East 25th Street on the 9th floor, or call us at 646-312-2155, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While our thoughts are with the people of Nepal, we are focused on the well-being of our College community. We recognize that people will experience a wide range of emotions, behavior and reactions to tragic events such as this. We can provide you with the tools you need to cope with feelings of anxiety, depression, hopelessness, anger or frustration. You can alleviate some of your pain by volunteering or donating to relief efforts, talking to friends and family, or seeking professional counseling services. It is normal to want to regain control after a traumatic event, but you must also take the time to heal.
Please contact us if we could be of service.
The Baruch College Counseling Center
Mission: Helping students succeed
The mission of the Counseling Center is to help students realize
their educational, career and personal goals. We understand that
Baruch students’ first priority is to successfully earn
their degrees and we are here to assist them in addressing the
stress and conflicts that may distract them from achieving their
full potential. The Center is staffed with experienced licensed
psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, and supervised
pre-doctoral graduate students, who not only work toward reducing
the interference of everyday stress on goals and treating more
serious conditions, but who do so with a respect for multicultural
issues. The Counseling Center is devoted to helping students
The Counseling Center is one of several units within the Division
of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management at Baruch College. We
offer individual and group counseling to the
Baruch community. Our services are all confidential and free
The Counseling Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM – 5 PM. To make an appointment, please call 646-312-2155 or click here to fill out an online appointment request. You may stop by our office located at 137 East 25th Street, next door to the Library Building, on the 9th Floor.
||Dr. David Cheng
A Professor and the Director of the Counseling Center, he is
a licensed psychologist and psychoanalyst. Dr. Cheng is devoted
to training psychology externs and interns. He is particularly
focused on training from a multicultural perspective.
Counseling Center brochure [PDF]