Counseling Center staff members believe that it is important to offer programs where students, faculty and staff work and live. Our workshops and seminars are conducted at the Counseling Center and at other sites. Examples of current outreach topics include: body image and eating disorders prevention, sexual assault prevention, stress management and resiliency, relationship issues, substance abuse, diversity training, suicide prevention and trauma.
If you are interested in requesting a program from our menu of programs listed in the Outreach and Special Programs Guide for your class or organization, please complete the Outreach Request Form for Presentations Requested from the Outreach and Special Programs Guide at least three weeks from the date you wish to have the program. We will make every attempt to accommodate your request.
If you would like to have us serve in a consultation role, develop a new program or help facilitate a program you are delivering, please complete the Outreach Request Form for Counseling Center Staff Person to be a Consultant for a Presentation. We request that you complete this form at least one month in advance to give us time to help develop this program.
Faculty, staff, parents, spouses or friends are often concerned about a student. Professional counselors can help these people make arrangements for a student to get counseling or refer the student to appropriate resources.
Links to additional resources
VIDEO: The Challenge of Change (This video is shown to parents of incoming freshman during the summer orientation program)
VIDEO: Mind Traps
VIDEO: Combating Self-Criticism
VIDEO: Building Positive Emotions
VIDEO: Managing Anxiety & Depression
Outreach Program Evaluation