The Counseling Center works with students, faculty, and campus partners to provide events, messaging, trainings and other forms of outreach that support the wellness of our campus community. Our counselors visit classrooms, facilitate discussions, create events, and invite expert speakers to our campus — all with the purpose of normalizing struggle, encouraging folks to seek help for their problems, and diversifying the ways in which folks care for themselves. We also hope that our visibility on campus helps us support students who may not want or need more formal therapeutic services. If you are a student organization, faculty member, or professional staff person, feel free to reach out about partnering at an outreach event. Some examples of popular outreach topics are:
- Stress Management
- Suicide Prevention
- Introduction to Counseling Center Services
- Conflict Resolution
- Imposter Syndrome
- Time Management
- Adjustment to College
- Acculturation for International Students
- Mindfulness and Psychological Flexibility
You may also request a presentation on other topics and our staff will work to accommodate your request.
The Counseling Center provides staff and faculty trainings and outreach programs around identifying and supporting students in distress. We also have online resources available for faculty and staff.
Please Note: Our outreach programs are generally designed for a 60 minute time period. Combining two or more topics, or requesting programs that are longer than an hour, may be difficult to accommodate. We ask that you give us at least TWO WEEKS NOTICE when requesting an outreach presentation. This will allow for the time to properly develop a program that meets your needs, as well as flexibility with any scheduling changes.
To make an outreach request, please click on "Request an Outreach" on the left menu or at the top of the page.