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The Counseling Center at the UCTC supports faculty and staff in our shared mission of helping students to achieve their potential.  Although our services are student fee funded and the Counseling Center does not provide counseling for faculty and staff, counseling support is offered through UO's Employee Assistance Program.  We do assist faculty and staff in supporting the wellbeing of our students and provide as much guidance and information as possible for helping students in distress. 
 
 
If you ever need assistance in helping a student, please call us for a consultation. The Counseling Center is the best place to refer a student facing mental health related barriers to academic success. The Counseling Center also offers workshops and classroom presentations on a variety of topics. 
 
If you have any other questions, please call. If you and your colleagues would like a presentation on suicide prevention or any other topic that may help you work with students in distress, please see our Outreach and Education section and Request an Outreach.
 
Please note: the UCTC provides confidential psychological services to students, consistent with the parameters of state and federal laws. While many faculty and staff consultations about students may be kept confidential, there are times when University policy or state/federal statutes require UCTC staff to disclose information to other university officials.
 
To report potential suicide risk or any other serious mental health concern involving a student, please complete a Suicide Concern Report Form.



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The Counseling Center at the UCTC supports faculty and staff in our shared mission of helping students to achieve their potential.  Although our services are student fee funded and the Counseling Center does not provide counseling for faculty and staff, counseling support is offered through UO's Employee Assistance Program.  We do assist faculty and staff in supporting the wellbeing of our students and provide as much guidance and information as possible for helping students in distress. 
 
 
If you ever need assistance in helping a student, please call us for a consultation. The Counseling Center is the best place to refer a student facing mental health related barriers to academic success. The Counseling Center also offers workshops and classroom presentations on a variety of topics. 
 
If you have any other questions, please call. If you and your colleagues would like a presentation on suicide prevention or any other topic that may help you work with students in distress, please see our Outreach and Education section and Request an Outreach.
 
Please note: the UCTC provides confidential psychological services to students, consistent with the parameters of state and federal laws. While many faculty and staff consultations about students may be kept confidential, there are times when University policy or state/federal statutes require UCTC staff to disclose information to other university officials.
 
To report potential suicide risk or any other serious mental health concern involving a student, please complete a Suicide Concern Report Form.



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