In addition to providing services to students who come to the Counseling Center for help, our health promotion interns and professional counseling staff reach out to the campus community through our educational programs and workshops. Counseling Center workshops promote intellectual, social and emotional development of students that fosters academic and personal success within a global and culturally diverse society.
Please note that our outreach offerings have changed; please see below for more information.
The Counseling Center will be closed June 4th through July 30th. You can still submit outreach requests for the Fall 2015 semester and we will provide confirmation of workshops starting August 12th.
Two weeks’ notice is required for presentation requests.
Introduction to Counseling Center services for First-year Seminars
This workshop is specifically designed to meet the needs of first-year seminar courses. This program provides first-year students with the tools to be a successful college student and an overview of Counseling Center services including the benefits of counseling, procedures for making an appointment, and confidentiality. This workshop is facilitated by a professional staff member. Click here to request a program.
Don’t Cancel that Class
There's no need to cancel your class if you have a conference, business trip, or other obligation. The Counseling Center has trained student interns from our FRED Well program, that can cover your class and present a peer based FRED Well Workshop. Please let us know if you would like attendance taken. We ask that you inform the class of the presentation in advance. In our experience it helps us if they expect our appearance. Please click here for a workshop list. Click here to request a program.
Campus Connect - A Suicide Prevention Training:
This 60 to 180 minute training teaches participants the warning signs for suicide and how to identify, understand, and relate to the emotional experiences of individuals in crisis. A primary objective of this training is assist students in developing the communication and listening skills necessary to develop positive and supportive helping relationships with individuals in crisis. This program is facilitated by a professional staff member. Click here to request a program.
Workshops for Student Organizations and Resident Assistants
Student Counseling Services offers outreach programs to student organizations and resident assistants through our FRED Well program. Trained student interns can facilitate interactive workshops for student groups or residence hall on a variety of health and wellness topics. Please click here for a workshop list. Click here to request a program.
Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention (SAVP) Workshops
The Counseling Center’s SAVP program offers workshops related to sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, healthy relationships, and alcohol use. Please click here to see a workshop list. Click here to request a program.
Additional Outreach offerings
If you have an workshop/outreach need that is not listed above, please email Julie.Bezek@fredonia.edu with your request and we will try to accommodate your needs.