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The University Counseling Center offers a variety of training opportunities for campus and the community. In addition, the UCC can work with you to plan an individualized seminar, training or workshop to help students learn skills and strategies to cope with and resolve a range of concerns more effectively. See some ideas below.
You may request an individualized outreach at the form linked here
A List of Possible Outreach Programs:
Understanding Anxiety / Test Anxiety
Date Rape and Sexual Assault
Appreciating and Embracing Diversity at UW
Sexual Decision Making
Coping with the Holidays
Team Building and Leadership
Grief / Trauma / Critical Incident-Stress Debriefing
Adjusting to Campus Life
Understanding Depression and Suicide
Team Conflict and Communication
Better Understanding ADHD
This may be the most important training you’ll ever take. Offered in partnership with the University Counseling Center as part of the “UW Lifesavers Initiative,” Gatekeepers Training teaches students, staff, faculty, and community members to help identify students at risk of suicide attempts and suicide. The interactive session provides participants with practical skills on how to intervene with a student, friend, or colleague who may be in a suicide crisis. Register here: https://WellnessCenterprograms.as.me/
Registration required, sessions held live via Zoom.
A coalition of campus and community members with a focus on suicide prevention. Anyone with an interest is welcome.
To attend, email email@example.com.
If you are a social work, counselor education or psychology student, we may have internship, GA and work study opportunities available. Contact our offices to find out more.