How to Make an Appointment
Call (309) 438-3655 or stop by room 320 of the Student Services Building to make an appointment. During your first appointment, a professional counselor will work with you to help you clarify your concerns and explore if ongoing counseling or other services are needed. All counseling services are confidential and provided without charge. Psychiatric consultations are also available to discuss issues related to medication.
Help Students in Crisis: Helping Simulations from Kognito
Kognito is a virtual-reality simulation that is focused on how to talk to friends who are at risk due to mental health issues. In 30 to 45 minutes, you can safely learn how to approach a friend, what to say, etc. It's great skill-building for Finals and summertime! The first 100 ISU students who complete Kognito's At Risk Module for students from April 18-29 will receive a coupon for a free medium Einstein's coffee or fountain drink. And six of those hundred will be selected to receive a free ink cartridge ($35 maximum). There are also modules for LGBT students and student veterans, if you're interested in learning more, but only completions of the At Risk Module for students enters you into the weekly drawing for a prize. If you need further information, contact Charles Titus Boudreaux at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by Student Counseling Services and Campus Dining Services.
The Body Project
The purpose of The Body Project is to help females establish and maintain a positive body image. An evidence based eating disorders prevention program, The Body Project endeavors to help participants resist the ultra-thin, unrealistic ideal standard of female beauty prevalent in today's society. For more information or to schedule The Body Project for your group, contact Jenni Thome, Student Counseling Services at (309) 438-3655.
The "Friendly Faces" campaign seeks to increase support for student survivors of sexual assault by training students, faculty and staff to provide a supportive response and how to refer survivors for services. Please consider becoming a "Friendly Face" and enhance our supportive campus community. Learn more about Friendly Faces and the Friendly Faces training. Questions? Contact Gail Trimpe-Morrow at (309) 438-7948 or email@example.com.