We offer extensive campus outreach that addresses a wide range of topics in student mental health. In an effort to customize these programs to the needs of students, administrators, faculty, and staff, we conduct needs assessments and also welcome your input and program requests.
We offer a variety of workshops on topics such as stress management, organizational skills and procrastination, dating and break-ups, cultural and identity concerns, substance abuse, coping with violence and abuse, and creative expression. We are available to speak about various topics to departments, classes, and campus groups.
Counseling and Psychological Services coordinates several different screening days each year, including Depression Screening Day, Stress and Anxiety Reduction Day, Alcohol and Drug Awareness Day, and Healthy Eating Day, in coordination with Health Services and the Alcohol and Other Drug Education Program. At these events, we offer mental health screens, resources, free food and giveaways, and host other activities.
If you have questions or would like to request a workshop, please contact:
Debbie Lawrence (x3740) at Rose Hill
Kelly Zanetich (x6231) at Lincoln Center
Drop in Workshops
Drop-in workshops run regularly and are open to all students without preregistraiton. Unless otherwise specificed, drop-in workshops are held in the Counseling and Psychological Services offices, Lower level O'Hare Hall.
ANXIETY WORKSHOP: What anxiety is and how to deal with it
Tuesdays from 10am-11am
Wednesdays from 3pm-4pm
Mondays from 5pm-6pm
Thursdays from 11am-12pm
Study Skills Workshops are also available. Please call CPS to inquire (x3725)