counseling

Wear teal tomorrow to support counselors

Posted by on April 8, 2021

April is Counseling Awareness Month, a time to remember the importance of taking care of your mental well-being and to support counselors in their work. Tomorrow, Friday, April 9, is Teal Day – a day that everyone is encouraged to wear teal as an outward symbol of advocacy and hope for counselors in the professions.

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SSC to host Counseling Service’s ‘Let’s Talk’ program

Posted by on March 8, 2021

The Student Success Center will be home to MST Counseling Services’ “Let’s Talk” program during the week of March 15th. Let’s Talk is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential conversations with counselors.

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S&T joins JED to support mental health, committee leads efforts

Posted by on February 1, 2021

Missouri S&T has joined JED Campus in support of student well-being and mental health. The program is a nationwide initiative of The JED Foundation (JED) designed to help schools evaluate and strengthen their mental health, substance misuse and suicide prevention programs to safeguard individual and community health. S&T’s membership began with establishing an interdisciplinary, campuswide team. he team is named the S&T Health and Well-being Committee. It includes:

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Miner Resilience fund established to help students

Posted by on March 30, 2020

Missouri S&T has launched a fund to help students build resiliency during the COVID-19 crisis through emergency assistance, online outreach and technological support.

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Employee assistance program offers 24/7 support

Posted by on March 23, 2020

Missouri S&T staff and faculty can get free, confidential counseling through the Employee Assistance Program. The program is also open to household members of faculty and staff. Reasons you may want to use the program include if you are:

  • Experiencing stress, anxiety or depression
  • Dealing with grief and loss
  • Feeling overwhelmed by balancing work and family
  • Needing assistance with relationship concerns
  • Needing support for your loved ones
  • Concerned about substance abuse for yourself or a dependent.
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Support groups – confidential and effective

Posted by on August 27, 2019

One of the best ways to become self-aware, build skills, and find support is through participation in a group. Counseling Services groups are confidential and “life changing”. Groups cover a wide range of topics: Body Image, Relationships, Social Confidence, Test Anxiety, ADHD and Asperger’s Support and more. Please see our website counsel.mst.edu for a complete […]

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Counseling groups available for students

Posted by on August 26, 2019

One of the best ways for a student to become self-aware, build skills and find support is through participation in a group. Counseling Services groups are confidential. Groups cover a wide range of topics including, but not limited to:

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Funeral arrangements set for Marsha Grayer

Posted by on June 19, 2019

The Missouri S&T community is saddened to learn of the death of Marsha Grayer, an S&T staff member for 38 years. Grayer served as a senior secretary for civil, architectural and environmental engineering.

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Counseling Services spring 2019 groups

Posted by on January 31, 2019

Counseling Services now offers 13 groups to meet the needs of students. Groups are a safe place for you to connect with others at a deeper level, to find a place to be yourself, to learn how to give and receive support, and to experience the joy of finding your own “voice”. Topics include ADHD, Asperger’s Support, Body Image, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Care of Problematic Emotions, Grad Student Support, Healthy Relationships, Men’s Action Therapy, Miners4Recovery, Safety, Social Confidence, Test Anxiety, and Thriving, not just Surviving. Our groups fill up fast so don’t delay — contact our office by stopping by room 204 or calling us at 341.4211.

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Counseling Services now offers Walk-In Hours

Posted by on January 31, 2019

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Students seeking a brief consultation (rather than ongoing counseling) are encouraged to stop by 204 Norwood Hall to engage in a conversation with a counselor. No paperwork to complete! We’ll figure out together what campus services can help, what barriers need to be overcome, or decide if counseling really is warranted. Walk-in consultations are first-come, first-served and students should aim for the following times: Monday, 10-11 am; Tuesday, 2-3 pm; Wednesday, 10-11 am; Thursday, 2-3 pm; Friday, 10-11.

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