Who we are....
Counseling Center consists of behavioral health professionals who can assist
you with consultation, short-term individual counseling, and referral assistance. We also serve as a resource to students seeking help
for a friend, and for faculty and staff seeking information on how
to refer a student for assistance.
Zoe Ann Gingold, MA, Disability Coordinator
Zoe received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware and her Master of Arts degree in Education from Rosemont College. She worked for the U.S. Department of Education for many years in the Office for Civil Rights. Her experience includes knowledge of discrimination laws with respect to educational institutions, with an expertise in disability services. At Holy Family, Zoe works with students who are eligible to receive services under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Zoe chairs the Holy Family University Disability Eligibility Committee and periodically provides on-campus disability awareness, as well as harassment and civil rights training for faculty and staff.
Where we are....
The Counseling Center & Disability Services Office is located on the second floor of the Campus Center in Rooms 220-223. To schedule an appointment, call the Counseling Center and Disability Services office at: 267-341-3232 or 267-341-3231, or stop in to make an appointment. You may also email questions or request for an appointment. Please do not e-mail emergency contacts, as e-mail communications may not be reviewed daily.
NOTE: Email communications are not guaranteed confidentiality.