In addition to our clinical services, the Counseling Center is pleased to offer the Drexel community a variety of outreach and consultation services to promote wellness and resiliency, destigmatize mental health and offer preventative interventions using a social justice lens. We hope to reach students who may not traditionally use our Counseling Center services or who might not be aware of the Counseling Center’s offerings and strengthen campus partnerships. We work with various campus partners, including faculty and staff, student groups and campus organizations. Outreach includes trainings, workshops, orientations, panel discussions, classroom settings and working with members of the community. 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: Most of our outreach programs are designed for a 60 minute time period. Combining two or more topics may be difficult unless a longer time frame is available. We ask that you give us at least TWO WEEKS NOTICE when requesting an outreach presentation. This will allow for 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.