Staff from the Student Counseling Service (SCS) share information to help students better understand what they can expect when visiting SCS and the mental health resources that are available on campus in the series of videos below.
Student Counseling Service Introduction
SCS Clinic Coordinator Michelle Ford describes what you should expect when visiting the Student Counseling Service for an appointment.
Anne Brody, Associate Director of Clinical Operations, speaks about the Let's Talk program, which provides easy access to informal and confidential sessions with therapists from SCS.
Brody describes what students can expect when seeking help from SCS for urgent concerns.
Clinical Case Manager Jessica Bychawski describes how SCS can help connect students to outside therapists or resources when needed.
Chief Psychiatrist David Berrier describes how SCS can assist students with medication management.
Support for LGBTQ Students and Underrepresented Minorities
Staff Psychologist Khanh Nghiem describes how SCS can help students navigate being a minority on campus.
Academic Skills Assessment Program
Staff Psychologist Tab Shamsi talks about the Academic Skills Assessment Program, which assists students with improving academic performance through assessment, short-term coaching, and referrals.
Shamsi speaks about the group therapy options available at SCS and how students can determine if group therapy is a good option for them.
Staff Psychologist Yu-Yun Liu describes what eating concerns are and the support that is available through SCS.