Faculty & Staff Lounge

oNLINE tRAINING

Kognito for Faculty & Staff

45 min training – Users learn the signs of psychological distress, practice talking with 3 unique virtual students, and learn techniques for referring them to counseling services.

QPR Gatekeeper

1 ½ hour interactive presentation – Incorporating the basic QPR core curriculum. The course covers myths regarding suicide, warning signs, and how to inquire about suicides. The course also includes an opportunity for questions and discussion.


BAM-Best Advocacy Movement

4 module trainingBAM-Best Advocacy Movement training is about helping you grow and expand your multicultural understanding. You’ll learn about diversity and how to be an active advocate and leader for social change. Please make a splash in this project with us at the CWC! During this training you will complete activities and watch video clips about interesting topics, answer questions to expand your multicultural understanding, and have opportunities for self-reflection.

CWC Informational Material

Download, Share or Include

Help UF CWC spread the world about Mental Health Resources on campus:

Download or share a variety of brochures, flyers, posters, etc.
Go to brochures page

QR Codes

Feel free to include these QRcodes in your presentations:


Orange & Blue Folders

Syllabi Content

Statement on Student Wellness

Your course syllabus is a great opportunity to send a positive signal of your support for students’ learning and well-being by including recommendations and encouragement for students to take care of themselves and seek help when needed. This section of your syllabus can also provide students with important information for getting help, including direct links and contact information for support services. And, if you feel so inclined, this section is also a place to directly invite students to reach out to you when they have questions or need help. We invite you to consider incorporating one of the following messages within your syllabus:

Supporting our students

Helping a disruptive student

Helping a Disruptive Student

Severely troubled or disruptive students exhibit behaviors that signify an obvious crisis and necessitate more immediate intervention. Learn more

Helping Student Veterans

You can help UF student veterans by recognizing who they are and understanding their unique experiences and needs. Learn more

Worried About a Student

Worried About a Student

Find information about signs of distress, how to speak with a student in distress, referring to campus resources and following up. Learn more

Coping With Hatred

Reflect on who you are. Explore your intersecting identities and privileges. Recognize your own biases and stereotypes. Learn More

Other Resources

Go to our CWC Resources page to take a look at our ever growing list of our mental health resources by theme and area of service.


REMEMBER

If there is an immediate threat to self or others, you are strongly encouraged to contact 911. If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, visit CWC’s Suicide Prevention Resources for help. For all urgent mental health needs, visit our: