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Monday thru Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
Appointment-Scheduling hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:00pm
Phone: (512) 471-3515 - Student Services Building 5th Floor
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CMHC offers presentations to UT classes and student organizations on a variety of issues relating to students' lives. We also provide specialized training to faculty, staff, and student leaders on the mental health needs and concerns of UT students. To request a presentation, call the designated contact person listed below at least two weeks before the desired presentation date. To make the best use of our services, we generally require that at least 15 people be in attendance.

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Presentations

Overview of CMHC Services
Be That One. Suicide Prevention Program Workshop
Bouncing Back: Coping with Failure and Rejection
Get Sexy, Get Consent
Helping Students in Distress (for faculty and staff only)
Real Talk: Helping Friends in Distress (for student audiences only)
Stress Management
Understanding Eating Disorders
VAV Theatre for Dialogue


Overview of CMHC Services
This brief informative presentation familiarizes participants with CMHC services and resources. This is a 20 minute presentation.

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Be That One. Suicide Prevention Program Workshop
The Be That One. Suicide Prevention Program gives participants the tools to support their students or friends who may be thinking about suicide, the second leading cause of death for college students. Research shows that participants who take this workshop feel less stressed and better prepared to intervene with their students and friends when they're in distress.

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Bouncing Back: Coping with Failure and Rejection
In this highly interactive workshop, our CMHC Peer Educators present on a relevant topic for college students: how to cope with failure and rejection. This workshop helps to normalize the experience of failure and rejection, explains the Growth vs. Fixed mindset as a framework for understanding resilience and provides concrete coping strategies.

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Get Sexy, Get Consent
Get Sexy. Get Consent. is a highly interactive one-hour program that examines how we negotiate sex and consent, boundaries and safety. Trained student facilitators act out scenes and monologues and improvise conversations with audience members about negotiating sex. Get Sexy. Get Consent. is inclusive of all romantic and sexual relationships from long-term to one-night-stand and is relevant for all genders and sexualities. Do you get it?
More information on this presentation located here.

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Helping Students in Distress (for faculty and staff only)
Stress is a part of every student's life. At times, however, a student's stress level may become cause for concern. Learn to recognize the warning signs and strategies for helping a student in distress. This is a one hour presentation.

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Stress Management
Stress has become such a part of our daily lives that most of us don't even realize we're stressed until we feel overwhelmed. Using cognitive strategies and relaxation techniques, this interactive workshop will teach you how to relax your muscles and your mind. This is a one hour presentation.

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Real Talk: Helping Friends in Distress (for student audiences only)
This highly interactive workshop explores how students can support their friends who are going through a hard time. Through conversations and role plays, students learn how to talk with their friend they're concerned about who is experiencing mental health distress.

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Understanding Eating Disorders
Would you like to develop a better understanding of eating disorders and body image? This workshop will provide psychoeducation about eating disorders and increase awareness into the many factors that contribute to eating disorders on college campuses.
Contact: Kathryn Redd, (512) 475-6390

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VAV Theatre for Dialogue
The VAV Theatre for Dialogue program uses trained Peer Theatre Educators to present realistic scenarios demonstrating situations of relationship violence, sexual violence and stalking. These interactive performances unfold over 1-2 hours with a facilitator who guides the interaction with the audience. The goals of the program are to educate on issues of interpersonal violence, raise awareness, create dialogue, explore options/choices/consequences and examine different perspectives.
Information on Voices Against Violence Theatre for Dialogue located here.






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