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Tuttleman Counseling Services 1810 Liacouras Walk(Main Campus ) Office Hours Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30a.m.- 8:00 p.m. Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. www.temple.edu/counseling (215) 204-7276 Free & Confidential. Congratulations!.

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Tuttleman counseling services 1810 liacouras walk main campus office hours

Tuttleman Counseling Services1810 Liacouras Walk(Main Campus)

Office Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30a.m.- 8:00 p.m.

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

www.temple.edu/counseling

(215) 204-7276

Free & Confidential


Congratulations

Congratulations!


Parent transitions

Parent Transitions

  • Coping with the “empty nest”.

  • Learning how to let go.

  • Re-discovering one’s self: Who am I now?

  • Becoming re-acquainted with partner; more time with other children.

  • More time for socializing.

  • Less laundry & less cleaning up.


Student transitions

Student Transitions

  • Making new friends

  • Moving away from home

  • Making their own schedule

  • Making their own decisions

  • Starting new romantic relationships

  • Academic decisions

  • Managing money

  • Coping with STRESS

    • Academic

    • Relational

    • Financial


Expectations concerns

Expectations & Concerns

  • Expectations about…

    • Communication

    • Academic performance

    • Vacations and visits home

    • Finances

  • Concerns about …

    • Drugs and alcohol

    • Sex & STIs

    • Adjustment issues

    • Academic failure


Communication

Communication

  • Talk to your student in advance about what each of your expectations are about when and how often they should call, text, or e-mail.

  • Ask your student to give you the cell phone number of a college friend and/or roommate in case of emergency.

  • Talk to your students about expectations when school is not in session.


Common problems

Common Problems

  • Relationship conflict

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Loss issues

  • Adjustment issues

  • Sexuality related concerns

  • Drug and alcohol problems

  • Eating disorders

  • Self-esteem issues

  • Gambling and other financial concerns

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Self injury

  • Marijuana abuse

  • Concern about someone else

  • Stress


Counseling involves

Counseling involves…

  • Helping students to learn to make healthy decisions & explore options.

  • Helping students look at themselves in an honest and open way.

  • Supporting their ability to make positive changes in their behavior.

  • Helping students identify strengths and areas in need of support.


Counseling is not

Counseling is not…

  • Academic advising.

  • Mandatory or used as punishment.

  • Advice giving.

  • The solution to every problem.

  • A quick fix.


Available services

Available Services

  • Counseling

    • Individual, group, couples

    • Generally short-term

  • Psychiatric Services

    • Evaluations

    • Medication management

  • Self-Help Center (SHC)

    • Empowers students to take charge of their own symptoms

    • Printed & Online resources available

    • Relaxation & Meditation selections available

    • Hours of Operation – same as Walk-In Clinic


Utilization of services

Utilizationof Services

  • Last year approximately 2500 students came in for counseling services last year.

  • Students also attended a variety of workshops and other events throughout the year.

  • 350 students used psychiatric services.


What we are seeing

What we are seeing…

  • Social Media

  • Self-Injury/suicidality

  • Lack of coping resources

  • Increase in calls from parents and loved ones

  • Parents escorting students to counseling center

  • Increased use of psychiatric services

  • Increase in requests for stimulant medication (ADHD)

  • Increase in requests for medical leave

  • Increased hospitalizations


Encourage your student to seek counseling services if

Encourage your student to seek counseling services if …

  • You notice a change in mood.

  • Their academic performance is poor.

  • They are not adjusting well.

  • You suspect drug or alcohol problems.

  • They are not solving problems.

  • You have any other concerns or suspicions that something is wrong.


How to access services

How to Access Services

  • Walk-In Clinic

    • Available Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri between 10am-2pm (check-in by 1:30)

    • Wednesday & Saturday 9am – 12pm

    • Free & Confidential

    • No Appointment Needed

    • Complete a Brief Assessment on Computer

    • Meet with a Counselor

    • Decide on Next Steps


Emergencies

Emergencies

  • For mental health emergencies that occur during regular business hours, the following options are available:

    • Encourage student to reach out to their Resident Assistant (Temple student) or Resident Director (Temple staff) for support.

    • Tuttleman Counseling Services

      • 1810 Liacouras Walk, 5th Floor (215) 204-7276

    • Temple Campus Safety Services (215) 204-1234


Emergencies1

Emergencies

  • For after hours mental health emergencies, the following options are available:

    • Temple Campus Safety Services (215) 204-1234

    • 24-Hour Suicide Crisis & Intervention Hotline

      • (215) 686-4420 (Local)

      • (800) 273-TALK/8255 (National)


Final thoughts

Final thoughts…

  • Be willing to listen, slow to react.

  • Be supportive, listening, non-judgmental.

  • Be a consistent, non-intrusive presence, but listen to your gut.


A few more

A few more…

  • Trust that your student is well prepared and that you did a good job.

  • If you have a question or concern about your student’s emotional well-being, feel free to contact Tuttleman Counseling Services for assistance.

  • Remember, the services provided to students are confidential, but we’re happy to listen to your concerns and offer suggestions.


Questions

Questions?


Tuttleman counseling services 1810 liacouras walk main campus office hours

Tuttleman Counseling Services1810 Liacouras Walk(Main Campus)

Office Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30a.m.- 8:00 p.m.

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

www.temple.edu/counseling

(215) 204-7276

Free & Confidential


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