Texas Tech University

Outreach Presentations

Stress Management Outreach Presentations

Stress is a common issue, so the Student Counseling Center has developed presentations on stress management to address the concerns of students, faculty, and staff.

Our stress management presentations provide interactive discussions that include:
-The warning signs of stress
-The physiological basis of stress
-What causes stress
-How to cope with stress

These presentations also provide a great example of what the MindSpa has to offer. Students, faculty, and staff alike have indicated that presentations with the biofeedback programs are one of their favorite presentations provided by the Student Counseling Center!

QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer): Suicide Prevention Training

Learn How To Save A Life From Suicide By Becoming a QPR Gatekeeper

Suicide can be seen as a journey of increasing hopelessness that starts with an idea and ends with an act. Anybody with the right skills can disrupt this journey. QPR Gatekeeper training will teach you how to recognize warning signs for suicide, how to approach someone who feels suicidal, and how (and where) to refer that person for help.

Suicide Gatekeeper training is open to all faculty, staff, and students at Texas Tech University. Training is held monthly at the TTU Student Wellness Center, Room 100.

QPR Gatekeeper Monthly Training Dates for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020: TBD

QPR training is also available on request for university departments and offices. To arrange a training for your department or to register for the monthly training, please contact Dr. Amanda Wheeler.

Other Presentations

Presentations can also be tailored to meet your specific classroom/organization needs. Please contact Dr. Amanda Wheeler for any questions or to discuss presentation options.

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