- Outreach is defined by our center as education and prevention in motion. Outreach is one way our center can address the growing needs of the University and surrounding community. Outreach programming provides preventative interventions in many areas concerning mental health and wellness.
- The number one reason people do not seek help related to mental health is stigma. Learn more about how you can support efforts to make the U of M Campus Stigma free here>
Outreach and Prevention Semester Calendars
- Outreach presentations, workshops, and tabling events may be requested by student groups, academic departments, U of M staff and others in the U of M community. Please be aware that we require at least two weeks notice for outreach program requests.
- Programs usually range in length from 15 minutes to 1 hour, and they are typically conducted at your campus location. There is no fee for a Counseling Center outreach presentation.
- A few topics are listed here but is not conducive to subjects our center can address. If you have questions about an outreach subject, please feel free to submit your request or reach out to the outreach coordinator.
Outreach/Presentation Request (Please submit with at least two weeks' notice)
- Adjusting to Life on Campus
- Anxiety/ Stress Management/ Stress Busters
- Athletic Team Building
- Balancing Work, Life, and School
- Building Stronger Brains Tennessee- ACES awareness and trauma informed
- By Stander Intervention
- Coping with Grief and Loss
- Counseling Center Services
- Dealing with Distressed, Disturbed, Disruptive, and Potentially Dangerous Students
- Diversity Issues
- Effective Communication
- Get Your Relax On Program
- Healthy Relationships/ Healthy Sexual Relationships
- Safe Zone
- Suicide Awareness and Prevention
If you have any questions, please contact Outreach Coordinator, Victoria Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.