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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 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



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.



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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