Overcoming Triggers for Addiction in the Workplace

Seventy-five percent of people with addiction are or were recently employed. How can workplaces help employees experiencing substance use disorder?

How Churches Are Addressing the Mental Health Needs of the Black Community

 How can religious institutions improve the mental health of underserved communities?

Mental health advocates say that efforts in churches to raise awareness and encourage members to seek help can be life-changing.

Student Stories: How Alexander Badillo’s Leap into Mental Health Counseling – and Online Education – Is Paying Off

Alexander Badillo shares what prompted his career shift from law to counseling and how the online program has helped him develop professionally.

How to Choose Your College Major

Students navigating the difficult decision of choosing a college major have many variables to consider. Professor Michael Nina offers advice on how to weigh these factors.  

Annual Mental Health Screenings Can Address Treatment Gaps for Young People

Professor Anil Chacko discusses the need for mental health screenings for young people and the challenges families face accessing services.

Counseling@NYU Celebrates Inaugural Class of School Counseling Graduates

The inaugural class of Counseling@NYU traveled across the country for graduation day at Radio City Music Hall alongside 1,200 other master’s degree and advanced certificate recipients.