Programs to Go
These programs are dynamic and experiential and are ready to present. Due to counselor schedules we ask that you provide advanced notice when scheduling these programs.
Mental Health Matters: How to help a friend who is experiencing mental distress.
Be a Stress Buster: Hands on told to help students reduce their stress.
Dating and Relationships: Identify healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Getting to Love the Real You: The importance of cultivating a strong sense of self.
Tackling Test Anxiety: Tools focused on reducing anxiety around testing.
Counseling is Not Just for Crazy People: This program provides an overview of the many services offered by the Counseling Center and the ways which it can help students improve their academic performance.
These programs are more in depth and can be one to two hours. They are for faculty, staff, and student leaders and need more preparation time to meet the needs of the audience.
Suicide Prevention Training: This training can help identify students at rick for suicide, facilitate effective referrals, and break down barriers to help-seeking.
Working with Students with Disabilities: Addresses common approaches to working with students with disabilities and will help you understand the services students can access through our office, as well as identify their responsibilities.
Helping Distressed Students: Identify mental health issues college students experience, including signs of crisis, as well as ways to effectively seek assistance.
Assisting Distressed Employees: Identify mental health issues faculty and staff might experience, as well as ways to effectively seek assistance.