FSAP's services are designed to help you manage the struggles that come with life and work.
Whether you need help navigating a personal or professional situation or relationship, or are dealing with a more acute mental health concern, our staff can provide support and insight, and help you get the care you need.
Services are ...
- Available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff members (including those on layoff status), postdoctoral fellows and associates, visiting scholars, retirees, and their partners/spouses
- Confidential (see how we protect your confidentiality)
- Professional (meet our staff here)
- Free (provided as a benefit of the university)
- Specialized to meet the unique needs of Cornell's faculty and staff members
- Welcoming to clients from all backgrounds and cultures
Types of services
- In-person assessments to help determine your needs, and connect you with continued counseling and/or other campus and community resources
- Phone and in-person consultation for supervisors, managers, and others who are concerned about an employee or workplace situation
- 24/7 phone consultation for employees with urgent mental health concerns (607-255-2673)
- One-on-one counseling for assistance with work-related or personal concerns
- Couples counseling for benefits-eligible employees and their spouses / partners
- Clients are eligible for up to 10 counseling sessions within a calendar year; referrals to local providers can be made for those who want longer term counseling
Crisis response & community support:
- Assistance to members of the Cornell community affected by crisis, as part of the university's coordinated crisis-response system
- Collaboration with university leadership and departments, while protecting confidentiality and privacy
- Participation in university committees responsible for threat assessment and emergency planning
How to get care
Call us at 607-255-2673 Monday–Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (11:00 am – 5:00 pm on Wednesdays) to schedule an appointment.
You may also email us at email@example.com. However, please keep in mind that email is not a secure form of communication, and is not appropriate for confidential or sensitive information.
Visit our Appointments page for more information about appointment types, locations we offer, and what to expect when you meet with an FSAP counselor.