Brookdale’s Personal and Psychological Counseling Services has professionally trained and NJ licensed counselors.
Adjusting to the demands of college and difficult personal issues can bring about added stress, and sometimes students need some help coping with it all. We provide intermediary personal and psychological counseling to help students deal with relationship problems, feelings of anxiety and depression, substance use issues, family difficulties, and serious personal crises you may be experiencing such as grief and loss or sexual assault.
Your conversations with us are confidential* and in a safe, supportive, and accepting environment. We can help you clarify issues, provide support and guidance, and work toward solutions. Your wellbeing is very important to us. To schedule a confidential appointment with a personal counselor, call 732-224-2986.
We can also refer you to resources at the college or in your community should you require outside services and support.
*Confidentiality can be broken if there is evidence of intent to harm one’s self or others. In this event, we will inform only those people whose assistance is needed to deal with the crisis.
Support At Brookdale:
- International and Immigrant Students
- Disability Services
- Displaced Homemakers
- LGBTQ ALLY Program
- Sexual Assault
- Veterans Services
Support In the Community:
- 180 – Turning Lives Around
- Behavioral Health Services in Monmouth County
- LGBT National Help Center
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- NJ 211
- NJ Self-Help Group Clearinghouse
- Reach NJ
Crisis Hotlines: Phone #s to call in an emergency
Special Notice: Help and Support for Students in Crisis
Brookdale has special arrangements with the following 24/7/365 emergencies resources to call If you are having thoughts of suicide or harming yourself or others:
- Monmouth Medical Center Psychiatric Emergency Services
Call (732) 923-6999
- 2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline
2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline is always available to talk with you about any problem you are experiencing. If you are experiencing any form of distress or hardship, we are available 24/7 to problem solve, explore ideas, refer you to local resources, or just listen. Call or text us at 888-222-2228, visit our website at www.2ndfloor.org or download our app by searching “2ndfloor youth helpline” in the App Store.