Resources to Help Faculty and Staff
Working with students, you may notice warning signs before other people. Knowing how and when to respond to signs is important but can also be difficult Counseling Services is here to help navigate these situations. Here are some ways Counseling Services can help you:
The K-State Counseling Services is available to consult with you about these concerns and to help you find solutions. Hopefully, the resources listed on our website will be of use to you initially.
Warning Signs of Student Distress - Outlines how KSU Faculty and Staff can recognize warning signs and steps you can take to be a helpful resource to that student.
Student of Concern Guide - A great campus wide resource listing of what to do in emergencies.
At-Risk Training - We encourage all faculty and staff to participate in this innovative training on how/when to approach students of concern. The training takes about 45 minutes to complete and provides you the opportunity to work with an avitar to work on the skills interactively.
Consultation - what you might expect in contacting our office to consult about a concern you have regarding a student.
Needing a Presentation? - The Counseling Services staff can be available to present to your class or office on a variety of topics; this section identifies some possible topics and explains how you can request a presentation.