The Student Counseling Center staff is available to present lectures, workshops, and programs to your group, organization, or class on a wide variety of mental health topics. Programs may take on a variety of forms including:
- Classroom presentations
- Workshop for your organization or residence hall
- Co-sponsoring an event open to the student community
- Writing an article for your student group newsletter
Our highly trained, skilled and knowledgeable staff are able to address a wide variety of specific topics of interest to you, including stress and anxiety, suicide prevention, and personal growth.
Our staff is able to design and present other topics that can be tailored to the needs of your class or group.
QPR – Question, Persuade, Refer
- QPR is a nationally-acclaimed program that helps students, staff, and faculty understand the warning signs of students in distress and how to effectively intervene.
- Communication Skills for Friends or Romantic Partners
- Grief and Loss
- Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Conflict Resolution
- Relaxation Training
- Depression: Symptoms and Treatment
- Suicide: Causes, Signs and Prevention
- Eating Disorders
- What is Counseling? When is it Helpful?
- Raising Self Esteem
- Shyness: Reasons and Remedies
- Dealing with Anger
Have an idea for a presentation? Let us know!
Other Campus Partners Presentations Available
Please also consult the “Request a Program” page through the Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW) for a list of prevention and wellness based topics they can present to your group.
Concerned about career, grad school planning, resumes or interviewing? The Center for Career Development is here for you!
The Office of Multicultural Student Life has programs on cultural identity, multicultural sensitivity, prejudice and stereotyping, and more – the MSL Diversity Educators are a wonderful UT campus resource!