Dr. Avi Muschel, Staff Psychologist, Wins Prize for His Presentation
Visit From Therapy Dogs Helps Stern College Students Unwind With midterms around the corner, Stern College for Women students got an adorable reminder to relax and unwind this week during a visit from some furry friends: a Shih Tzu, a German Shepherd and two toy poodles. The cuddly canines were therapy dogs, trained to provide […]
Dr. Yael Muskat Appointed Director of Manhattan Campuses Counseling Center
In an effort to sensitize students to the signs of abusive relationships, Yeshiva University’s Counseling Center at Beren Campus, Stern College for Women’s Department of Student Affairs, and the P2P peer counseling program hosted “Flowers Aren’t Enough,” a one-woman show starring Naomi Ackerman.
Entering college brings with it a host of changes in students’ lives: greater responsibilities, a rigorous course load, a new community, social pressures, and for some, a foreign language. In fact, entering college ranks as one of the top 25 stressful life-changing events on most scales of psychological measure.