We know many of you have experienced major challenges in coping with Hurricane Sandy.
One of our own family members lives in Hoboken, New Jersey where the Hudson River filled the streets with knee high water and the National Guard rescued residents. We ourselves made do without heat, electricity, hot water or telephones.
Hurricane Sandy has caused incalculable damage to public and private property throughout the northeast. While this physical loss is profound, of no less importance is the emotional impact from the storm.
As part of the greater community experiencing the lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy, members of the Touro College community are not immune. In recognition of these difficulties, Touro College is offering a brief number of sessions to our staff and students currently experiencing coping difficulties and who would like to talk with our professionals. Clinical staff provided through the Graduate Schools of Psychology and Social Work will provide pro-bono, a brief number of sessions followed by a referral, if necessary, to any staff and students that reach out to us. To initiate the process please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff will get back to you to schedule an appointment.
We are here for you-valued members of the Touro family.
Dean Steven Huberman, Ph.D.
Graduate School of Social Work
Dean Richard Waxman, Ph.D.
School of Psychology