The Counseling Center’s professional staff are available to provide workshops for students, staff, and faculty organizations on a variety of topics. The goal of providing workshops and trainings is to help educate campus communities on mental health issues, empower them to utilize helping skills and proactive wellness practices, eliminate the stigma towards mental health through a community of care, and integrate the Counseling Center into the larger Tulane community.
What is a Workshop? Facilitated by a Counseling Center clinician, workshops are an opportunity to learn about a mental health topic alongside other Tulane students. Workshops are different from Group Therapy which are a very useful psychotherapy format as part of ongoing treatment. Workshops are an easy and accessible way to gain information and learn coping skills to manage common concerns.
During the Spring 2021 semester, Counseling Center Workshops and Trainings will be done virtually via Zoom. Due to the shortened calendar and high demand, all requests may not be able to be accommodated during this semester.
Please aim to comply with the following when requesting a workshop:
- Make your request at least two weeks before the workshop date
- Due to the many responsibilities of Counseling Center staff and the large request for services, we require a minimum of 5 confirmed audience members in advance of each function.
- Communicate any changes in needs, logistics, or preferences for the workshop with your facilitator(s).
- Meet the facilitator(s) at the location 15 minutes prior to the start time of the workshop/request.
Season 2 of the Counseling Center's Well-Being Wednesdays video workshop series has now begun. Each Wednesday check back with us to view an informative video about a timely mental health topic. Check out our video archive to view the series.