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Notice and Respond: Assisting Students in Distress

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Given the dramatic increase in Mental Health Issues on college campuses, Janelle Patrias of the CSU Health Network will lead a workshop on Notice and Respond: Assisting Students in Distress. The Notice and Respond: Assisting Students in Distress workshops were developed as part of a broad public health approach to help our campus community understand the potential role they play in maintaining campus mental health. The faculty version models an effective interaction between a faculty member and a distressed student. Participants explore common concerns that may present barriers to taking action, and learn why a proactive response is vitally important. A combination of learning modalities is used, including a realistic filmed scenario, participant discussion and a review of response options and campus resources. This session aligns with the Classroom Climate and Inclusive Pedagogy domains of the Teaching Effectiveness Framework. If the session is full, please sign up for the wait list and we will schedule another session.

Lunch will be provided by TILT.

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