Off-site Walk-in Consultations
"Let's Talk" is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with counselors from Gannett Health Services. Counselors hold walk-in hours at sites around campus Monday through Friday.
Speaking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.
Learn more about Let's Talk and the difference between "Let's Talk" and (traditional) counseling before coming to one of our campus locations.
These consultations are offered for you: take advantage of them!
Let's Talk consultations are:
- no appointment necessary
Meet the Let's Talk staff
Times and locations occasionally change throughout the semester. This page is the best place to find the most up-to-date information.
Listed below are our fall semester hours. Please consider using our phone consultation if you need to talk with someone when a "Let's Talk" is not available.
Use Cornell's interactive map to locate the building below.
|Mondays||2:30-4:30pm||Carol Tatkon Center
|Allyson Regis, PhD|
||2:30-4:30pm||Caldwell Hall (ISSO)
|Jennifer Crofts, PsyD|
|Tuesdays||2:30-4:30pm||211 Willard Straight Hall,
One floor down from the Ivy Room, in the Office of Student and Community Support
|Leigh Ann Smith-Gary, PhD, MSW|
|Tuesdays||2:30-4:30pm||314 Anabel Taylor Hall||Karen Williams, PhD|
|Wednesdays||2:30-4:30pm||Myron Taylor Hall (Cornell Law School) Room G59 (Take the elevator down to the Ground Floor, turn right, and through the Cornell Legal Aid Clinic)||Maurice Haltom, LCSW|
|Wednesdays||2:30-4:30pm||108A Schoellkopf Hall||Erin Forquer, PhD|
|Thursdays||2:45-4:45pm||Sage Hall (Cornell Johnson School)
Room 201E (The Brooks Reading Porch)
Sarah Rubenstein-Gillis, LMSW
|Thursdays||2:30-4:30pm|| 626 Thurston Avenue
(Center for Intercultural Dialogue)
1st Floor study room
|Wai-Kwong Wong, PhD|
*no hours 9/30th
|Summer Garcia, PhD|
Eve Abrams, LCSW
Let's Talk poster (pdf)
Read a Cornell Chronicle article about a student forum in which Dr. Henry Chung '84 discusses "Asian and Asian-American students' unique pressures to succeed."