Outreach Programming

 

Outreach Request 
Counseling and Testing Services can provide presentations or training for faculty, staff, or student groups on a variety of topics: 

Overview of Counseling and Testing Services

Suicide Prevention (2 HOURS)

Building Emotional Health and Resilience

Mental Health Among Various Identities

Stress Management/Coping with Anxiety

Healthy Relationships

Loneliness and Building Social Connections

Mindfulness

Body Image

Self-Care

Conflict Management

Imposter Syndrome

Self-Compassion

Test Anxiety

Racial Trauma

Positive Psychology/Gratitude/Strengths

Assertive Communication

Holiday Blues/Grief During the Holidays

Assisting Students in Distress (Staff/Faculty)

Trauma Informed Classrooms (Staff/Faculty)

Burnout Prevention (Staff/Faculty)

Specific Needs of Your Group

 
To inquire about potential programming for yourself or your staff/group, call our office at 940-565-2741 
 

QPR (Questions, Persuade, Refer) is a training program that is available for all groups or individuals on campus who need or want to know more about how to talk to students about this critical life-saving topic. People trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis.  The program teaches how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. This is a two-hour practical training that provides participants with the basic tools and knowledge so they can be effective if they were ever faced with this type of situation.

Campus Connect is a two-hour gatekeeper training program for faculty, staff, and students.  This training uses interaction and activities to enhance knowledge, awareness, and skills regarding suicide among college students.  Participants will learn suicide risk and protective factors, warning signs, empathic listening skills, communication skills, how to ask individuals if they are thinking about suicide, what reactions they may encounter, and what referral sources they can provide.

It is our goal to equip as many UNT staff, faculty, students, and concerned others as possible to help intervene and save our student's lives.