Resources for Healing & Resilience

Choose from books, online resources, or workshops for survivors facilitated by Counseling and Psychological Services.

These resources and workshops were selected to provide survivors and their supporters with information about healing and resilience. They include many personal stories and reflections about child sexual abuse, anti-gay violence, and PTSD. They also address mindfulness and offer skills for healing and recovery.

If you are required to complete the Initiative, please do the following: 

  • Go to Courseworks
  • Choose the Resources for Healing and Resilience
  • Select: "I confirm that I completed Resources for Healing and Resilience"
  • Indicate which of the below resources you utilized (optional)

Use this link if you are not required to complete the SRI, but would still like to participate.

Books

For students who want to learn more about healing and trauma, these books are offered for survivors and those who may be supporting survivors.  You do not need to identify as a survivor to participate, and survivors are not limited to this option.

Online Resources

For students who want to learn more about healing and trauma, these online resources are offered for survivors and those who may be supporting survivors.  You do not need to identify as a survivor to participate, and survivors are not limited to this option.

For Survivors Only

Counseling and Psychological Services offers survivor-specific workshops:

Resilience and Healing workshops   
1 hour one time workshop
All Workshops in Kent 201

  • All survivors (Priyam Talreja), October 15,  @ 4 pm  
  • Survivors of Color (Keoshia Worthy), October 16, @ 4 pm,
  • Trans and gender non-binary survivors (Kori Bennet), October 8, @ 5 pm
  • Female-identified survivors and non-binary (Miriam Korn), September 23, @ 5 pm
  • All survivors (Miriam Korn), October 7th

 
 
 

Please call 212-854-2878 to register for a workshop and obtain location informationYour call and participation in this workshop will be kept confidential.

Meet with a Peer Advocate

Peer Advocates provide survivors and their supporters with confidential emotional support and accompaniment and referrals to on-campus and off-campus resources. Contact a Peer Advocate at 212-854-HELP.