Workshops and Programs
A happy, healthy campus starts with knowledgeable and engaged members of the campus community. The Counseling Center empowers students, faculty, and staff by offering free workshops.
In a drop-in group, you’ll explore, discuss, and, ultimately, better understand a wellness or mental health topic relevant to the campus community. Registration is not required to participate. You can just show up.
For Drop-In Groups at our main office in Student Health, you can view our schedule here.
View our Centennial Campus drop-in groups.
We also offer International Tea Time at Wolf Ridge Apartments.
Suicide Prevention Training
Learn how to identify and help students who are most in need of mental health services. As part of the university’s suicide prevention initiative, the Counseling Center holds frequent Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) trainings throughout the term.
Register online for these workshops.
Please register for workshops by noon on the day of the workshop. If you have any questions, call the Counseling Center at 919.515.2423 or email Angel Bowers.
Request a Customized Workshop
Do you have a specific issue you’d like to explore? We develop customized workshops on a variety of mental health and wellness topics for residence halls, academic classes, and campus and student organizations, including:
- Stress management
- Assisting students with mental health concerns
- Healthy relationships
- Anger management
- Rape/sexual assault awareness
- Diversity awareness
- How to help a friend with an eating disorder
- Intimacy in relationships
- Sexual decision making – safe sex information
- Time management
- Conflict resolution
- How to come out to your parents
- Understanding destructive relationships
We can tailor these and other topics to intended audiences’ needs. Please keep in mind, however, that we may need additional time to develop customized workshops for you. We also require at least 10 participants and two weeks advanced notice for programming outside of regular business hours.
To request a workshop, please contact Angel Bowers, Assistant Director for Outreach and Wellness, at firstname.lastname@example.org.