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Seek out and use Counseling Services resources as appropriate. You are welcome to borrow any of our self-help materials, including books, CDs, and more. Refer students to our Stressbusters workshops as well as our other Current Programs. Help spread the word about our outreach activities via your class, department, or organization.
- Recommend our Online Screening Program to students. Students can take anonymous pnline screenings for depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and alcohol/other drug use.
- Learn about the benefits of counseling and dispute the stigma associated with seeking mental health services. Encourage students to utilize resources such as Ulifeline, a web site specifically designed for preventing suicide in college students.
- Support Active Minds, a national, student-run mental health advocacy group which has a chapter on the Geneseo campus (students and others can join on Facebook by searching for "active minds geneseo"). Unforutunately, this group is defunct on campus as of Fall 2013.
Provide us with feedback by sharing anything you learn about student needs, concerns, or needed programs. Please feel free to call our office at 585-245-5716 or to send an e-mail to Dr. Beth Cholette, Clinical Director for Counseling Services, or Melinda DuBois, Administrative Director for Health & Counseling.