Supporting Our Students: Recognizing Student Concerns & Next Steps

On February 28, 2018, Rachel Pickett and Elizabeth Polzin led this excellent session.

More about the program below as well as the PowerPoint slides.

In recent years, college campuses have seen an increase in the amount of students dealing with mental illnesses, stressors and other concerns. Faculty are not expected to act as counselors or solve students’ personal problems; but rather demonstrate Christian concern and refer students to the appropriate services. This Lunch n Learn will provide faculty information on how to recognize various student concerns, review active listening tools, as well as offer resources for faculty and students in navigating these concerns. The main focus of the program will be on discussion of case studies and practicing skills faculty can use in their interactions with students. Counseling center staff, along with the presenters, will provide insight and guidance. Free lunch in the cafeteria for those who register in advance.

PowerPoint slides: PPT Handouts Supporting Students-Mental Health & Other Issues

Elizabeth Polzin

Rachel Pickett


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