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‘Destress for Success’ offers respite from study

Soothing activities, crafts and assorted resources will be available during Destress for Success, a week-long series offering students a respite from study, coordinated by the Counseling Center and Prevention, Advocacy and Wellness Services.

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SUNY Fredonia launches ‘in-demand’ master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling program

A new master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) has been added to graduate program offerings at SUNY Fredonia in response to a growing demand for clinical mental health care counselors.

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Student services offices temporarily relocated; enhanced services offered at health center

The Student Health Center and Counseling Center, which relocated to Jewett Hall and Igoe Hall, respectively, during the summer months, will remain there until October.

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Teletherapy sessions now available to students

SUNY Fredonia has partnered with BetterMynd, an online therapy platform, to offer students access to free teletherapy sessions from a diverse network of licensed mental health counselors.

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Relieve end-of-semester anxiety with ‘De-stress for Success’ and other activities

A series of events and activities designed to help students reduce anxiety in a healthy, productive way to gain added focus to succeed as the fall semester winds down will be rolled into De-Stress for Success, starting on Monday, Dec. 5 through Thursday, Dec. 14.

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Mental Health First Aid for Higher Education training offered to the campus community

Mental Health First Aid for Higher Education teaches how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Two trainings will be offered per month from November 2022 through May 2023. Virtual and in-person options are available.

Faculty, staff receive SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

Seven faculty and staff members in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Music, Information Technology Services, Counseling Services and Human Resources have received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, an honor that recognizes superior professional achievement.

Jermaine Kenner

Brown Bag talk to examine mental health challenges in higher ed

Jermaine Kenner, a mental health counselor at the Counseling Center and a Fredonia alumnus, will explore mental health challenges in higher education in the final virtual Brown Bag Lunch talk of the fall semester on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

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Wellness Week continues

The offices of Residence Life, Campus Life and the Counseling Center have organized a Wellness Week starting Monday, Nov. 9.

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Wellness kits donated to help first-year students navigate the pandemic

Wellness kits are on their way to Fredonia first-year students to help them address unique needs during an academic year made more challenging by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.