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Warrensburg, MO 64093
Hours: 8 AM-12PM, 1PM-5PM
Summer: M-TH 7:30AM-12PM,1PM-4:30PM
Counseling Center staff can speak to UCM organizations, groups, clubs, classes, etc., about a variety of topics related to psychological health and well-being. Check out our frequently requested topics below for presentation ideas or request something new. Listed presentations are just examples of commonly requested programs and can be tailored to fit your organization or classroom.
Please click this link and fill out the form to request a Counseling Center presentation. You will be contacted within a few days about your request. Contact 660-543-4060, if you have any questions.
Information about our services & any questions students have about the Counseling Center.
Learn more about the signs, causes, and effects of anxiety as well as healthy ways to cope.
Examines images from popular media and challenges audience to think critically about: the messages being "sold," America's dieting culture, and impact on body image and eating disorders.
Provides an overview of the signs and symptoms of depression, as well as options for feeling better.
Provides practical suggestions for what to say... and what not to say... to be helpful to your friend or family member.
Overview of what they are, factors contributing to the development of eating disorders, and current treatment options.
Focuses on students' adjustment to college: what to expect, how they are feeling, and tips for easing the transition to life at UCM.
Learn more about the healthy grieving process as well as how to cope with feelings of loss.
Examines the elements of healthy relationships. Students engage in an interactive discussion of healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Want to better understand sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression? Have questions about terminology? We will tailor the program to your request.
Up for an exciting round of Stump the Chump? Provides the opportunity for students to ask a variety questions on mental health and psychological topics.
Takes a look at how stress develops; our physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral reactions to stress; and healthy ways to combat stress in our lives.
Identify the common causes of test anxiety and what you can do to overcome it.