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Wellness Education & Consultation

Office Location

Counseling and Wellness Center
32 The Fenway
Phone: (617) 912-9260

Wellness information and education is available throughout the year in the form of workshops, health fairs, and individual consultation.


Stacy Hill, Director of Wellness Services, is available to assist students in developing a personal wellness plan, identifying resources and tools to reach their wellness goals, and accessing medical care. For a consultation, contact Stacy at or call (617) 912-9260.

Think About It

Think About It promotes healthy behaviors and responsible decision making at the individual- and student body-level on campuses across the country.

Student Health 101 Newsletter

The Student Health 101 Newsletter informs and engages students and parents about major health issues that affect students on a daily basis including:

  • Diet and nutrition
  • Alcohol abuse prevention
  • Sexual health
  • Mental health issues
  • Fitness
  • Time management
  • And more!

Student Health 101 is also available for parents and other student advocates

Brief Alcohol Screening for College Students (BASICS)

BASICS is an evidence based approach to help students change potentially harmful drinking behaviors. BASICS is broken up into 2 sessions that take a total of 2.5 hours. Although BASICS can be used as a sanction for students who violate The Boston Conservatory alcohol and drug policy, students are welcome to make an appointment to use this service at any time. For an appointment, contact Stacy at or call (617) 912-9260.

Workshops and Programs

The Counseling and Wellness staff plan educational programs and events throughout the academic year on a variety of health topics. View a list of upcoming events. The Counseling and Wellness Staff is also available to present or organize workshops for specific groups on campus. Please contact us if you would like to schedule a workshop for your residence hall, classroom, or event.

Wellness Office Privacy and Information Sharing

Because much of the information students may share with the Counseling and Wellness Center is of a sensitive nature (medical information, disability status, etc.), staff will make every effort to keep this information private and share it with other staff and faculty on a need-to know basis only. However, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. If a student is judged to be a danger to self and/or others, we reserve the right to inform parents, next-of-kin, emergency providers or appropriate college personnel.

In the case of disability status and accommodations, no information about diagnosis or the reasons for accommodations is shared. The nature of necessary accommodations will only be shared with those faculty and staff designated by the student. 

Should you have questions about privacy, please consult Stacy Hill, Director of Wellness Services for more information.

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