The Counseling and Consultation Services office routinely develops awareness and prevention campaigns, educational workshops, and interactive outreach tables to enhance wellness and encourage healthy choices in our campus community. Students and student organizations may request CCS assistance with outreach events to raise awareness of topics related to mental health, decrease stigma, and inform students of our services.
The CCS staff offers presentations for departments to provide education on warning signs of mental health concerns and how to effectively make referrals to sources of help. We are also available to assist with orientation for new faculty or staff regarding our services. Our staff also provides consultation to faculty and staff when they are concerned about a student’s mental health and uncertain about how best to proceed. If you are in need of consulting a staff member regarding a student in distress, please call (317) 955-6150 and request to speak with a staff member. If it is not urgent, please request to schedule a consultation appointment with a staff member.
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Scheduling Outreach and Training Services
To request the assistance of Counseling and Consultation Services staff for an outreach or training program, please complete the form below. Please provide a minimum of 3 weeks’ notice when requesting your event to allow us time to prepare and identify staff who might be available. Some events may require more than 3 weeks’ notice. All requests will be reviewed by the Outreach Coordinator, who will follow up with you. Approval of requests is dependent upon factors such as scheduling, availability of staff, planning time needed, and the type of request submitted. If you have any questions or difficulties completing this form, please call us at 317-955-6150.Outreach request
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