Supporting Students in Distress Training
Date: Wednesday, August 19 at 12 p.m.
Location: Online via Zoom
In this 1-hour training facilitated and created by the Personal Counseling Department, faculty and staff will learn ways to identify and effectively support students during this period of remote learning and physical distancing.
This event is for faculty and staff only.
If you have taken this training in the past, there is no need to retake it. Please be on the lookout for new training opportunities with Personal Counseling in the future.
In this 1-hour training, participants will learn:
- What the difference is between a student in distress and a student in crisis
- What the warning signs are of a student in distress
- Ways to appropriately approach and support students
- What resources are available and best practices for referring students
Staff and Faculty Testimonials
“This training is informative and supportive. The presenters are approachable and the material was so helpful!”
“The presenters were organized and knowledgeable. Everyone campus wide could benefit from this training.”
“Quick, focused, organized, and to the point. I learned practical tips I can utilize immediately.”
“Clear and concise. The content will be very useful for my work with students.”
“The training was very informative and clear. It offered various situational examples that can help identify a student who may need support.”