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Presentations, Trainings, Exhibits, Interviews
     Professional staff members of Student Counseling Services strive to provide quality psycho-educational presentations and training sessions, event support, and campus-wide activities. Presentations or event support will be provided depending on scheduling and staffing availability. Event definitions and examples are:

  • Educational Presentations/Training Sessions – Any event in which Student Counseling Services staff delivers a presentation or training session to any number of “guests”. (“Guests” may be defined as faculty, staff, students, parents/significant others, or community members.)  Examples include: “Don’t Cancel That Class!”, residence hall or RSO programming, advisor trainings, etc.
  • Event Support/Campus-Wide Activities – Any event for which Student Counseling Services is asked to provide collaborative support, but for which no presentation or training session is delivered by Student Counseling Services staff. Examples for Event Support include: having a counselor lead a discussion after a movie about a sensitive or difficult topic, provide support for events that contain topics that may elicit strong emotional responses in guests, etc.  Examples of Campus-Wide Activities include: exhibit fairs, SOAR, topic-specific awareness events (NEDA, Take Back the Night, Alcohol Prevention, etc), tailgating events, etc.

      Student Counseling Services staff members are also available for interviews from students for class projects or FlorAla reporters, as availability and time constraints permit.  Depending on the topic of the interview request, Student Counseling Services staff will use their discretion and may consult with the Director of Student Counseling Services before agreeing to be interviewed.

      Call 256-765-5215 with specific questions, or to schedule with a Student Counseling Services staff member.