Certain groups of students need more support than others in and out of college. These groups include students undergoing psychological distress, Veterans on campus, and students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning (LGBTQ). Some students may turn to a friend first; and that friend may be you. When a friend turns to you, it is because they trust and respect you. Other times, before a friend comes to you for help, you may sense that they need your support. You can suggest supportive services such as Psychological Services, located in the Student Services Building, 2nd Floor, Room SS-230.
Below, you will find links to three different online trainings that can help you educate yourself on how to help students whether they are Veterans on campus, a member of the LGBTQ community, or a student in distress. These trainings will help you learn to identify symptoms of distress, understand the unique challenges faced by Veterans on campus, and create a supportive environment for your LGBTQ peers.
Once you have educated yourself, you can help your friends by being knowledgeable about stress-related/stress-inducing factors, and understanding how to help them find supportive services on campus and in the community.
The each course takes an average of 45 minutes to 1 hour. It is an interactive, self-paced course, so the actual amount of time required will vary by user.
To take the course, follow the instructions below:
- Go to: http://www.kognito.com/ccc or click on the banners below.
- Create an NEW account or log in using an existing account.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
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