The College Mental Health Program offers several types of consultation services to faculty, staff, administration and students. These programs are presented in collaboration with various Student Services offices, academic departments and specific outreach programs.
A three-hour workshop designed to facilitate faculty and staff communication with students is presented by the Student Health Center and Special Services.
A three-hour in-service provided for staff by the Student Health Center and the Office of Counseling Services and Special Programs, focusing on solutions for commonly occurring difficult situations involving students who may have disabilities, cultural differences, psychological problems, crisis situations, personal difficulties, anger management issues, and other scenarios.
A brief presentation by the College Mental Health Task Force to faculty, staff, and academic departments and divisions focusing on recognizing the signs and symptoms of a student in crisis, managing a crisis, and referring students to the CIT for counseling and immediate help.
A 30-minute presentation provided to faculty and staff by the Student Health Center. The presentation focuses primarily on the campus mental health services available to students. Special emphasis is given to recognizing student crises. Information is provided on accessing the “Getting Help” narrated power point presentation for classroom use.
The College Mental Health Program is also available to the Associated Student Government in planning and facilitating designated outreach or campus-wide programs.