Student Well-Being

Counseling services include one-on-one appointments, time management, study skills, referrals, and workshops. To schedule an appointment, contact Dr. Morganstein in advance by email at or call 212-452-4180. Drop-in appointments can sometimes be accommodated.

Dr. Penni Morganstein, Psy.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, provides workshops and counseling services to New York School of Interior Design students, Sotheby’s students, and runs her own private practice in NYC and Brooklyn. Prior to her position at NYSID, Dr. Morganstein worked and trained in school and hospital settings including Long Island College Hospital, Metropolitan Hospital, Mt. Sinai Medical Center and The New Rochelle, NY Public School system.


Contact information

Penni Morganstein, Psy.D., Psychologist
170 East 70th St., Lower Level, Seminar Room C
New York, NY 10021



Monday, Tuesday, Thursday


Suggested Resources

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Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides quality health care and related services to New York's very diverse LGBT communities, regardless of their ability to pay.

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