counseling grief

Counseling services offers “Living with Loss” sessions

Posted by on November 27, 2017

Our campus has experienced multiple losses and many within our S&T community continue to mourn. While grief is a personal and individual experience, common reactions include shock, disbelief, sadness, numbness, anger, guilt and confusion. Living with Loss offers a safe space to share experiences, give and receive support, learn about the process of grieving and explore coping strategies. Living with Loss sessions are free and confidential. Dr. Patti J. Fleck, director of counseling services, will facilitate a session at 1-2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13. If you want to participate, please contact counseling services in Room 204 Norwood Hall or by calling 341-4211 for the meeting location.

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Help is available

Posted by on May 18, 2011

Assistance is available for students, faculty and staff who may be having difficulty with recent events in our campus community. If you are struggling with the loss of our four students or with the gunman on campus, you are encouraged to arrange free, confidential services by contacting S&T counseling, disability support and student wellness at […]

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