Resources and Related Links

Hours & Contact Info

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 pm

Phone: 845-758-7433
Fax: 845-758-7437
Email: counselingservice@bard.edu

Let's Talk

Relationship Difficulties?
Roommate Concerns?

Stop by and talk with a counselor. It's free. It's confidential. No appointment necessary!

Mondays 3 - 4 PM Counseling Offices

Wednesdays 12 - 1 PM BEOP (behind Stone Row)

Thursdays 5 - 6 PM BEOP

Announcements and Updates

  • Let's Talk Program is back in business. Stop by one of the three regularly scheduled sessions to chat informally with a counselor from Bard Counseling Services. See the sidebar for hours and locations.
  • Drug and Alcohol Recovery Group has begun for the semester- Fridays 6:30-7:30pm in the BEOP Office. Contact djhyman@gmail.com for more info. Or just show up! 
  • Test Your Mood- Free, confidential depression and anxiety screenings all day on 10/16/15 at the Campus Center. Stop by our table for freebies, snacks, and possibly take this test. We will help connect you to help if you need it.
  • Managing Anxiety and Depression Group forming-Tuesdays, 3:30-4:45pm, beginning 10/6/15. Contact dtran@bard.edu for more information.
  • FOR AFTER HOURS OR WEEKEND EMERGENCIES (when classes are in session),  please call security at 845-758-7460 or 845-758-7777 and ask for the counselor on duty.


Bard Learning Commons

  • The Bard Learning Commons provides tutoring and other forms of academic support to all Bard students in all subject areas taught at the college.  


BRAVE is a professionally directed student-service organization whose members provide anonymous and confidential crisis intervention, supportive counseling, advocacy, and ongoing education to the Bard community. Although BRAVE staff members receive particular training in issues relating to sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and sexuality, BRAVE counselors also receive training in eating disorders, depression and suicide, sexual orientation, loneliness, isolation, anxiety, and social and academic issues.

Rebecca Stacy
Robbins, Room 194

Eating Disorders & Nutrition

  • The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the leading 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States advocating on behalf of and supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. Reaching millions every year, we campaign for prevention, improved access to quality treatment, and increased research funding to better understand and treat eating disorders. We work with partners and volunteers to develop programs and tools to help everyone who seeks assistance.

General Health & Wellfare

Help a Friend

If you concerns about a friend's mental health.

Parent Services

Understanding and preparing for some of the unique experiences your child may have during their college years.

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) leads the fight to eliminate drunk driving and underage drinking and promotes responsible decision-making regarding beverage alcohol. 

An article published by Slate.com about the effects of "helicopter" parenting on college students.

Internet Addiction

Sexuality & Gender

Relaxation & Meditation

  • Headspace

  • Ten 10 minute guided meditations for free.
    Take Ten!

Transitioning to college

  • Emotional Health at College, for students and parents

Sexual Assault

Title IX Resources

The Office of Title IX Coordination offers support, community resources, reporting options, and information about legal rights to individuals who have been impacted by gender-based misconduct (non-consensual sexual contact, intimate partner violence, stalking, harassment) either directly or indirectly as a third party with concerns.