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    Outreach Programs

    As part of our mission to serve UA students by helping them achieve academic success and personal growth, we offer outreach programming focused on their well-being to our entire campus community. Our goal is to increase education about mental health, student well-being, and services on campus. As with our other services we work from within a developmental and contextual perspective; that is, identifying and working within student needs as they appear in context and on their path of ideal growth and functioning.

    We offer outreach programming on any topic relevant to mental health that has an impact on the success and well-being of our students. Formats include lectures, presentations, panels, events, displays, and more. Programs are provided by seasoned mental health professionals with over 250 years of collective experience. Any topic related to college student mental, emotional, and behavioral health can be accommodated. Here are some of the more popular topics that are requested:

    • 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
    • Suicide Prevention Training/Ask, Listen, Refer
    • 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)

    To request an outreach program, please complete the program request form, or call us at (205)348-3863.