Modes of Delivery
Workshops / Training
Designed to meet specific student need, workshops provide an interactive, experiential learning opportunity. The majority of presentations run approximately 50 minutes in length. The following represents topics typically presented in a workshop format:
- Abusive Relationships
- Assertion Training
- Body Image
- Communication Skills
- Cross-cultural Competence
- Cross-cultural Interactions
- Intimate Relationships
- Life Transitions
- Living Together
- Mediation Skills
- Overcoming Procrastination
- Stress Management
- Test Anxiety and Study Skills
- Interracial / Interethnic Relationships
- Academic Persistence for Underserved Populations
While informational and interactive, presentations differ from workshops in that the focus is not on experiential learning. Examples of this category would encompass panel presentations, guest lectures, and general student orientations. Information about Counseling Center Services would be provided via this format.
Would include, for example, the Counseling Center’s involvement in such areas as health and informational fairs, and mental health screening days.
Consultation to student groups pertaining to mental health / wellness topics. This area would include consultation to a student organization regarding a possible request for a workshop or presentation. Student groups desiring an outreach service are welcome to consult with Counseling Center personnel in order to determine which service would best meet their needs.