We reach outside the physical walls of the center to provide interactive and engaging presentations, workshops, and consultation.
Workshops and Presentations
We offer these free workshops/presentations to student groups and living units throughout the year on a variety of issues relevant to students and student life, including:
An explanation of what counseling may look like and services offered by the University Counseling Center, as well as other resources and supports for students on campus.
Participants in this workshop will learn more about common mental health struggles, techniques to reduce stress, and resources they can utilize as students. This workshop will also give time for Q&A throughout the workshop.
Common Mental Health Issues and Resources Goal
For students to be able to understand more about mental health issues and resources available to them.
Green bandana is a mental health awareness and suicide prevention campaign, that uses bandanas to support peers in getting help. The green bandana project at the University of North Dakota will include a four hour training by licensed providers to students who at the completion will have the tools and resources to support students that are struggling with mental health issues.
Green Bandana Goal
Educate students on information and resources for suicide awareness.
Getting out of “Fight/Flight/Freeze” mode and entering into “Rest and Digest” mode is key to reducing stress and increasing our productive energy.
Managing Stress Goal
Participants will practice three simple and effective techniques to activate their parasympathetic nervous system and help manage their stress and anxiety.
Participants will identify ways that substances may impact your mental health as well as other aspects of your life.
Substance Use Goal
Learn about high/low risk alcohol use, how to identify problematic drinking behaviors, and how to talk with peers about their substance use.
Please provide at least three weeks notice before an outreach event.