Location

BUL 207

Start Date

8-17-2017 10:00 AM

End Date

8-17-2017 12:20 PM

Description

This workshop will address how to identify distressed students in your midst, whether it be from a break-up, poor grades, relationship problems or mental health issues, and who you can turn to for help and assistance in order to reach out and help these students. A handout indicating various presenting problems, along with the phone numbers and resources available to help with these issues, will be available for all attendees.

Biography

Nancy J. Carbonell, PhD, psychologist and professor in the Department of Graduate Psychology & Counseling, coordinator of the counseling education programs.

Judith Fisher, PhD, psychologist and director of the Counseling & Testing Center

Frances Faehner, PhD, vice president for Campus & Student Life, and Title IX Coordinator

Steve Yeagley, DMin, assistant vice president for Student Life

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Aug 17th, 10:00 AM Aug 17th, 12:20 PM

How to Help Distressed Students: Learn the Signs and Resources Available To You

BUL 207

This workshop will address how to identify distressed students in your midst, whether it be from a break-up, poor grades, relationship problems or mental health issues, and who you can turn to for help and assistance in order to reach out and help these students. A handout indicating various presenting problems, along with the phone numbers and resources available to help with these issues, will be available for all attendees.