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    The Counseling Center provides a variety of group programming options, known as outreach, related to emotional health and student success. Programs can take the form of presentations, workshops, events, displays and classroom instruction. Our professional staff members, who have over 250 years of collective experience, cover topics such as stress management, time management, choosing a major, assertiveness training, conflict resolution, overcoming procrastination, improving relationships and many more. Interested groups may contact us at 348-3863 to request a program, or fill out and submit our online program request form. Please be advised that a two week notice may be required. Our Center also coordinates or participates in focused education or prevention campaigns, including college adjustment (September), suicide (October), alcohol and drugs (November), sexual responsibility and healthy relationships (February), eating disorders and body image (March), and stress management (December and April).

    Each year we provide about 300 educational and prevention-oriented programs. Some examples from recent years include:

    • Counseling Center Services
    • Stress Management/Stress Reduction
    • Relaxation Skills
    • Mindfulness
    • Study Skills/Academic Problems
    • Mastering Test Anxiety
    • Improving Attention Skills
    • Procrastination/Time Management
    • Improving Sleep
    • Improving Roommate/Family Relations
    • Self-Care Skills
    • College Adjustment/Homesickness
    • Anxiety Management
    • Depression Management
    • Civility/Anger Management
    • Interacting with Distressed Students
    • Responding to Crisis Events
    • Suicide Awareness and/or Postvention
    • Suicide Prevention Training/QPR
    • Alcohol and Drug Issues
    • Eating and Body Image Concerns
    • Grief and Bereavement
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Conflict Management
    • International Student Adjustment
    • Effective/Assertive Communication
    • Supporting Your Student While Helping Them Learn (for parents)