Counseling & Psychological Services
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Some student services changing due to COVID-19
As the University of Nebraska–Lincoln shifts to remote access learning, some student services are making changes to best serve students while also addressing the evolving situation regarding COVID-19 disease.
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Monday, February 24, 2020
5 steps to deal with a stressful moment
When you find yourself stressed out about upcoming tests, your job, or an assignment you haven’t even started, remember stress is a natural part of life and you will encounter it from time to time.
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Friday, January 31, 2020
In-house counselors boost mental health access for students
On a busy college schedule, it can be tough for students to make time for their mental health. But what if a counseling office was just a short walk away from their dorm room or dining hall? That premise is being put to the test this year through the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s new Counselor-in-Residence program, which places trained mental health professionals directly inside of residence halls across campus.
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Thursday, December 12, 2019
On-campus resources can ease mental stress
It’s normal to feel crunched for time or pressured to do well on remaining assignments or exams. You are not alone. Although it can be difficult to ask for help, letting someone know you need some assistance or support can make a huge difference in your stress levels.
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Monday, December 2, 2019
Adjusted hours for finals week and winter break
Students will enjoy extended hours in many campus locations during finals week. As the break begins, students should expect reduced hours from many campus services. Use this helpful list as a guide:
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Wednesday, November 27, 2019
UNL launches program to make counseling services more accessible to students
A trial run for a new program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln aims to test the benefits of placing counselors in residence halls. The Counselor-in-Residence program was started as a trial run in August with the placement of Megan Lawrence, a graduate student in the Marriage and Family Therapy program, in Abel-Sandoz, according to Jake Johnson, assistant vice chancellor for Student Affairs. He said the program is intended to increase student access to counseling and remove the stigmas associated with going to a counselor.
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Friday, September 20, 2019
86 individuals. 1,340 combined hours of service.
A round of applause to our Student Affairs team members honored at the Celebration of Service for their service and fortitude to the university. Each day our staff impact the lives of students, helping them to be their best.
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Thursday, September 19, 2019
Peer coaching program helps Huskers find resilience in college
Between moving away from family, making new friends, taking harder classes and navigating an unfamiliar city, the transition to college life can sometimes have bumps in the road. A new program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Big Red Resilience and Well-being, is helping students remain strong throughout those ups and downs.
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