This session aims to build upon the previous sessions of “Helping Distressed or Distressing Students,” in which mental health concerns, resources, and the helping role are explored. Participants will take a deeper dive into this topic and will focus on practical application in this session. Participants are encouraged to bring relevant scenarios they have encountered regarding student mental health concerns. They will examine these scenarios with the facilitator to develop effective responding skills to distressed or distressing students. It is recommended to attend Part I or view the session recording on the REACH website before attending this session.
- Gain tips and strategies for effectively responding to student mental health concerns
- Discuss how to practically apply skills learned in Part I to situations they have encountered.
Presented by Counseling & Psychological Services
Designed for GW faculty and staff, the Raise Up GW REACH program seeks to build student Resilience by promoting Engagement with and Access to Campus Health and well-being resources. Faculty and staff have the opportunity to engage in workshops that will provide information about student well-being trends, availability of services, and how to make appropriate referrals to those services.
This session is for faculty and staff. Please register for this session with your GW email.