The Counseling Center is looking for students to apply as coaches for Fall 2018 and is seeking recommendations from faculty and staff members.
Bradley sat down for an interview to share her enthusiasm for collaboration, her thoughts on technology-based options for mental health, and approaches for serving all students in need of support.
Students in the Collegiate Recovery Program are spreading the word about campus resources by brewing free coffee.
These are the mental health support services available everyday and specific to reading day 2018.
Today, Georgia Tech opened the doors to the new Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education (CARE).
SGA, the Counseling Center, and the Center for Academic Enrichment worked together to develop the curriculum.
Help save lives by registering for QPR Training today!
Join in on the weekly workshops aimed at enhancing wellness and reducing stress in our daily lives!
Mental health-related events and other resources are available on- and off-campus.
Staying Calm and Connected During the Pandemic