Center Leadership

Dawn Loshigian, PsyD., LMHC
NYS Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Director, Center for Healthy Living | (516) 299-2425

Elizabeth Lavin, M.S., LMHC
Associate Director, Center for Healthy Living | (516) 299-2426


LIU Post - Post Hall, South Entrance
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, NY 11548-1300
Phone: 516-299-1221 or 516-299-3468
Fax: 516-299-3638
Email: post-healthyliving

Operating Hours
Monday - Friday  |  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*Evening appointments available upon request

Center for Healthy Living

The Center for Healthy Living provides mental health counseling, nutrition counseling, and health services to Long Island University students.

Long Island University students have access to on-campus mental health counseling services, nutrition counseling, religious and spiritual counseling, and access to tele-heath and local in-person health care. The Center for Healthy Living has licensed mental health professionals, graduate student therapists, and nutritionists to provide consultation and support. Medical referrals are made in partnership with Northwell Health - GoHealth.

The Center for Healthy Living is a collaboration of on-campus resources and strong partnerships with local health organizations and professionals, including The Northwell Health Behavioral Health College Partnership, Northwell Health - Go Health, the LIU Post Psychological Services Center, and the LIU Post Nutrition Department.

The Center for Healthy Living Mission Statement

The Center for Healthy Living is committed to improve student health and well being through prevention, outreach, education, and clinical services, as well as to equip and empower collaborators for students in need.

Program Objectives: As a result of participating in the CHL, students and collaborators will be able to:

  • Education: To distinguish between healthy and unhealthy behavior;
  • Outreach: To identify the unique needs of college students in order to provide access to campus and community supports;
  • Equip and Empower: To learn new skills and grow through therapeutic work;
  • Clinical Services: To ameliorate symptoms and improve functioning;
  • Prevention: To reduce behavior that affects the health of the entire campus community

Student Health and Counseling Confidentiality Policy

All health and counseling services and records are confidential in accordance with legal and ethical guidelines and are not part of a student's academic record. Information about health services received, a student's participation in counseling, or counseling information cannot be released without a written consent authorizing the release of specified information and naming the person(s) to receive the information, unless where law or emergency situations require it.