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What to Expect
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Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
What to Do After an Assault
Myths vs. Realities
How to help a friend
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Don't Cancel Class
Reducing Mental Health Stigma in Your Classroom
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Helping a Friend
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- Telephone consultation to discuss your concerns about a troubled or troubling student and to generate options for intervention and/or referral.
- Emergency counseling sessions for students in crisis. You are welcome to call ahead, to let us know the student needs to be seen immediately. If you are concerned about whether the student will arrive safely, you may want to walk the student to our office.
- Crisis visits (‘House Calls’) to your office to talk with the student and assist in emergency interventions.
- CS staff can be available at your office to offer support to a student who is getting ‘bad news’ (e.g., being released from a program or department). In most cases, we would meet with the student privately after they meet with you.
- CS staff can meet with you and a disruptive student, to work on clarifying expectations and a plan for behavioral improvement.
- Counseling Services staff will look at a student’s written work and offer an opinion of whether there is sufficient concern to follow up with the student.
- For faculty, staff, and students who are seeking referral to an off-campus counselor, we provide consultation and have an extensive list of referral options in the community.