The Counseling Center's prevention efforts seek to improve the emotional and interpersonal well-being of Loyola students through educational programming on campus, and promoting community awareness of issues that relate to positive mental health. We strive to meet the needs of various cultural groups through outreach and prevention to Loyola students of diverse beliefs and values.
Counseling Center staff make presentations to students in classrooms, residence halls, and other student organizations on topics such as stress management, relationship conflicts, grief and loss, body image, how to recognize depressive symptoms, and suicide prevention. We are eager to meet the needs of students, and, upon request, will plan specific programs of interest to particular organizations or groups.
At times, members of our Loyola community may seek to host an event or workshop that aims to increase awareness on issues that may affect our overall well being individually and collectively on campus. These programs may be triggering and evoke strong emotional responses. It is therefore likely that you may seek our presence to provide support at such an event. Although we may not be able to provide physical presence at your requested program, we do have other forms of services and resources to offer that are available to enhance and support your event.
Due to the many responsibilities of Counseling Center staff and the high demand for services, we must ask that there is a minimum commitment of 15 audience members for each function. Requests received at least three weeks in advance with several options for dates and times have a greater likelihood of being accommodated.
To submit a request for a program, please complete the form below. For more information or to make an appointment to meet with a counselor, please call 410-617-2273.
*** Please note that due to very high clinical demand, Counseling Center staff will only be able to fulfill a limited number of programming requests during the 2018-19Academic Year.***