Staff profile

Craig Gilkey, MS, LMHC

Residence Life Mental Health Counselor


Contact

103S Cayuga Hall
315-312-4416
315-312-5416

Office hours

Let's Talk Location and Hours: 

Mondays: 3-4:15pm Seneca Basement Meeting Room, 4:30-5:45pm Cayuga 103S, 6-7:15pm The Village Commons (upstairs)

Tuesdays: 3-4:15pm Oneida First Floor Piano Room, 4:30-5:45pm Onondaga Basement Piano Room

Wednesdays: 3-4:15pm Waterbury Basement Room B01, 4:30-5:45pm Riggs Basement Room B20, 6-7:15pm Mackin/Sheldon Complex 2nd Floor Lounge

Thursdays: 3-4:15pm 140 Lakeside (near dining hall), 4:30-5:45pm Funnelle Basement Lounge, 6-7:15pm Hart First Floor Director's Office Classroom

Fridays: 3-4:15pm Cayuga 103S

RSS Office Hours:

Tuesdays and Fridays: 10-11am

Picture of Craig Gilkey

Craig's role as an embedded counselor means that he works primarily in different residence halls on campus to provide mental health counseling and consultation services to professional and paraprofessional residence life staff. In addition, Craig administers solution focused individual counseling, conducts group-counseling sessions, and Let's Talk consultation counseling (see hours above). 

Craig is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of New York. Craig earned his BA in Human Development with a minor in Athletic Coaching at SUNY Oswego in 2010, as well as an MS in Mental Health Counseling in 2014.  Craig worked in Residential Life and Housing for four years as a Residence Hall Director and as a Graduate Resident Mentor in the Hart Hall Global Living and Learning Center while interning and then working part-time at the Counseling Services Center at SUNY Oswego.

He is an Adjunct Professor in the Human Development Department at SUNY Oswego teaching introductory courses in life-span development and gerontology. Craig facilitates Circle of Security (COS) parenting groups in the Oswego County area and high and low ropes courses with TEAM Adventure out of Syracuse, New York. Craig is passionate about collaborating with students in effort to achieve optimal functioning in their personal, academic, social and spiritual endeavors. He utilizes an eclectic mix of methods, tailoring each treatment approach to the individual client's strengths and counseling goals. Some of these methods include TEAM therapy and the Trauma Resiliency Model. Craig's research interests include positive psychology, attachment theory, mindfulness, resiliency, counseling technique, life-span development, nerolinguistic programming, gerotranscendence, and trauma. One of Craig's favorite quotes is "You can't stop the waves but you can learn to surf" by Jon Kabat-Zinn.

Pronouns: he/him/his/they/them/theirs

Groups:

Mind Your Mood - click here to see the schedule 

Education

MS, Mental Health Counseling, SUNY Oswego, 2014

BA, Human Development with a minor in Athletic Coaching, SUNY Oswego, 2010

Classes taught

HDV 101 - Introduction to Human Development

HDV 120 - Fundamentals of Gerontology 

GST 110 - Life Planning and Major Exploration