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IntroDUCKtion Parent Materials

 

The Counseling Center at the UCTC often presents at parent and family programs including new student orientation programming for IntroDUCKtion. Below are our presentation materials available in powerpoint, and highlights from the presentations are posted below. If you’d like to learn more about our IntroDUCKtion presentations or ask about our other presentations, please call us at 541-346-3227.

 IntroDUCKtion Materials

Holding On, Letting Go

Purpose of this presentation is to:

  • Acknowledge your role and your experience
  • Describe what to expect and how to prepare for your student’s transition to college.
  • Discuss strategies for handling some of the challenges that may lie ahead.

The presentation is relatively long, so please download the powerpoint above if you are interested.

Introducktion Panel of Experts: UCTC Slides

The Counseling Center provides confidential psychological services with professionals who specialize in college mental health:

Explore each student’s concerns that have an impact on their mental health and well-being
Collaborate to remove personal and mental health related barriers to academic success
Increase student resilience by identifying ways to address stress and enhance personal growth

Common Student Concerns:

Situational "crises":
Academic stress
Difficult life experiences
Transitions/adjustments

Ongoing psychological Issues:
Depression, anxiety
Serious mental health
Drug and alcohol issues
Eating disorders
Trauma and abuse

Staff and Services:

Staff of psychologists, counselors, doctoral level interns, and graduate assistants Access to services begins with a brief phone assessment
Brief individual, couples, & group therapy
Specializations/Programs: Interpersonal Violence, Suicide Prevention, Alcohol and Other Drugs
Referral to community therapists and agencies
Referral to health center psychiatrists and medical providers for medication evaluations

 

 

The Counseling Center at the UCTC often presents at parent and family programs including new student orientation programming for IntroDUCKtion. Below are our presentation materials available in powerpoint, and highlights from the presentations are posted below. If you’d like to learn more about our IntroDUCKtion presentations or ask about our other presentations, please call us at 541-346-3227.

 IntroDUCKtion Materials

Holding On, Letting Go

Purpose of this presentation is to:

  • Acknowledge your role and your experience
  • Describe what to expect and how to prepare for your student’s transition to college.
  • Discuss strategies for handling some of the challenges that may lie ahead.

The presentation is relatively long, so please download the powerpoint above if you are interested.

Introducktion Panel of Experts: UCTC Slides

The Counseling Center provides confidential psychological services with professionals who specialize in college mental health:

Explore each student’s concerns that have an impact on their mental health and well-being
Collaborate to remove personal and mental health related barriers to academic success
Increase student resilience by identifying ways to address stress and enhance personal growth

Common Student Concerns:

Situational "crises":
Academic stress
Difficult life experiences
Transitions/adjustments

Ongoing psychological Issues:
Depression, anxiety
Serious mental health
Drug and alcohol issues
Eating disorders
Trauma and abuse

Staff and Services:

Staff of psychologists, counselors, doctoral level interns, and graduate assistants Access to services begins with a brief phone assessment
Brief individual, couples, & group therapy
Specializations/Programs: Interpersonal Violence, Suicide Prevention, Alcohol and Other Drugs
Referral to community therapists and agencies
Referral to health center psychiatrists and medical providers for medication evaluations