CampusLife

Counseling Center

Questions?

  • Counseling Center
    202-885-3500
    Fax: 202-885-1397
    Mary Graydon, Room 214

    Mon and Thurs: 9am-6pm
    Tues, Wed, and Fri: 9am-5pm

    Summer hours: M-F 9am-5pm

    Closed Saturday and Sunday

Mailing Address

Workshops & Presentations - Requesting a Presentation

for Your Class or Group

 

REQUESTING A PRESENTATION
FOR YOUR CLASS OR GROUP

Workshops/presentations are available to any campus class, club, or other group at the request of a student, faculty, or staff member.   The purpose of each workshop/presentation is to provide participants with (a) information, (b) an opportunity for exploration and discussion, and (c) helpful tips, resources, or courses of action.

Workshops are available on virtually any topic in mental health or student life. Recent workshops have included, for example:

  • Stress and Anxiety Management
  • Eating, Weight, and Body Image
  • Becoming an Adult Child in Your Family
  • Surviving a Traumatic Event
  • Rape and Date Rape
  • Coping with Culture Shock
  • Depression and Suicidality
  • Roommate Relationships 



For more information about workshops and presentations, or to make a request, contact Dr. Tim Calvey at x3500.

FACULTY ! Do you need a guest lecturer for your class?

Counseling Center staff are available to supplement your course curriculum by providing a guest lecture, presentation, or workshop to your class.  Many topics are available, including:  resilience in life and work; managing stress; young adult development; performance or test anxiety; relationship issues; interpersonal conflict resolution; culture shock; relaxation training; listening skills; overcoming fears; dreams; and other topics in college health/mental health such as alcohol/drug use, eating disorders, and depression/suicidality.

Contact Dr. Tim Calvey at x3500