Think you have COVID-19 Symptoms? What to Do If You Are Sick

Accessing the Wellness Center and Scheduling Remote Appointments:

The Wellness Center is open and scheduling appointments via Zoom and in person for current students.  You may call for an appointment during business hours 8:30am-4:30pm Monday to Friday. Please call 315-445-4195 for Counseling, and 315-445-4440 for Health Services.


A Message to Our African American Community:

The recent acts of violence against people in African-American and Black communities have added to the already overwhelming stress the country is facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Wellness Center for for Health and Counseling recognizes the pain, fear, anger, and anxiety you may be feeling right now.  We also recognize the particular impact these events have on the mental health and well-being of our students and community  members in the African-American community, Black community, and for other persons of color.  

Know that you are not alone during this time and that Le Moyne College is here to support you. 

Confidential Meeting Spaces on Campus

We understand that COVID-19 protocols have made it hard to find the privacy you may need, whether it be for personal calls, classes, or various other appointments for which you would like some privacy including virtual counseling sessions. Using the links below you can schedule hour long appointments in a private room.

The rooms will be unlocked before your sessions, so you should be able to go right in.  While the space will be cleaned, the same trash/cleanliness rules apply.  Anything you take in, you must take out to throw away in the dumpsters or in your personal room trash can.  Any spills or otherwise should be cleaned.  Only one person is allowed in the private room at once, therefore, if you are in the room with the door closed you may remove your mask during your time slot.  

We hope that the availability of these rooms will help ease some of your worries and frustrations during this semester. Please reach out to your area director if you have any questions or scheduling issues.


NELLIGAN 310 and 112: 

ST. MARY’S    204 and 421

HARRISON 202A and 302G: 




Occupational Therapy Students Wellness Groups

Every new semester comes with stress, academic challenges and more responsibility than ever before, and the fall semester 2020 has introduced a variety of new obstacles! In light of a global pandemic, juggling school work, socialization, health and wellness has become even more complicated.   In partnership with the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling, students from Le Moyne’s Occupational Therapy program will be running Wellness Groups for the campus community.

 Groups will be held virtually, to address a variety of weekly topics in order to promote a healthy balance between your health and wellness. All are welcome to attend.

Starting Oct. 15 and continuing through the end of the fall semester, each Thursday at 4 p.m. graduate occupational therapy students, along with a licensed occupational therapy faculty supervisor, will be running groups via Zoom. Join us to gain helpful information about managing the semester's demands and maintaining mental health and wellness. 

Zoom link:

Let’s finish this fall semester safe and strong. Dolphins swim together! 

Occupational Therapy Wellness Groups:

Oct. 15

Health Promotion and Wellness during COVID

Oct. 22

Socialization and Leisure during COVID

Oct. 29

School/Work/Life Balance

Nov. 5

Time and Education Management

Nov. 12

Taking Hold of Anxiety during COVID

Nov. 19

Managing Stress during COVID


Resources For Physical and Emotional Well Being During Covid-19

The following resources offer helpful tips and information for physical and emotional well being:

About Us
Wellness Center

We are the integrated offices of Student Health and Counseling Services. The primary mission of the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling at Le Moyne College is to enhance the educational experience by promoting wellness of mind-body-spirit and to empower and support a diverse learning community within the college to make informed and intentional choices regarding their overall health and well-being. We provide exceptional care to the whole student through an integrated model of service delivery.

Health Services and Counseling Services are located in Seton Hall (Health on first floor, Counseling on second floor). We are open for appointments Monday through Friday between 8:30am-4:00pm. Please call or stop in to make an appointment.

Health Services: (315) 445-4440
Learn more about Health Services

Counseling Services: (315) 445-4195
Learn more about Counseling Services

Our Staff

Maria Randazzo
Director of Wellness Center for Health & Counseling/Substance Abuse Specialist

Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor, New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
Credentialed Prevention Professional (OASAS)
Certified Fitness Instructor/Wellness Professional
Chapman University, M.A. in Counseling Psychology
Le Moyne College, B.A. in Psychology and Spanish


Over 25 years in College Mental Health
Outpatient Dual Diagnosis at Rush Recovery Center
Clinical Inpatient Specialist at the Benjamin Rush Center/Four Winds, Syracuse, NY

Specialties : Treatment of students with substance abuse issues
ADHD Coaching
Optimizing the emotional development of college students
Program Development and Consultation

Michelle Scott
Clinical Supervisor

Buffalo State College-B.S.W. 
SUNY Albany, Advanced Standing-M.S.W.


16 years of Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy with adults, children, and adolescents, couples and families in the Syracuse, New York area.
Assistant Clinical Director and Adoption Coordinator at ARISE Child and Family Services, Inc.


Strengths based, task centered therapy
MAPP (Model Approach to Partnership in Parenting) Certified in New York State
Attachment and reactive attachment disorders

Abby Warner
Staff Therapist 

  • Licensed Master Social Worker
  • Cazenovia College-B.S. Human Services/Counseling and Mental Health
  • Syracuse University-MSW
  • 5 years working with students in a higher education setting
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Sexual and relationship violence
  • Trauma

Sarah Snow
Administrative Assistant

SUNY Cortland - B.A. Communication Studies 
Certified in Mental Health First Aid

M. Kathy Adams
Nurse Manager

Syracuse University-B.S.
St. Joseph's College of Nursing-A.A.S. Nursing

Nursing Experience:

School Nursing
Medical/Surgical Nursing
Home Care
Family Practice
Jennifer Thieben
Physician Assistant

Canisius College-B.S.Physical Education/Athletic Training
Slippery Rock University-M.S. Exercise Science
Le Moyne College-Physician Assistant Program


Le Moyne College Health Services - 15 years


Family Practice
Emergency Medicine
Sports Medicine

Cathy Navin
Staff Nurse 

Le Moyne College - B.A. Spanish
Hudson Valley Community College - A.A.S. Nursing

Nursing Experience:

School Nursing


Karima Barbour Johnson
Administrative Assistant

Bryant and Stratton College -Associates Degree, Medical Office Assistant
Certified in Mental Health First Aid, Certified in MVP

10+ Years  Experience in Various Medical, and Non-Medical Administrative Assistant Environments