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Campus Outreach

Campus Outreach

The Florida Southern College Counseling Center is pleased to offer the campus community educational and experiential services. These presentations and workshops can be requested for classes, groups of students, student organizations, athletics teams, and by faculty and staff departments.

How To Request A Presentation

Please note, the Counseling Center staff requests as much notice prior to the desired date of service.

  1. The first step in requesting a presentation or workshop from the Counseling Center is to choose a topic from the list available
  2. Email your request to the Counseling Center. Please include as much information as possible regarding the topic on which you’re wanting a presentation on.
  3. The Counseling Center will respond, typically within 24 hours, to confirm your request or, whenever necessary, to offer alternative dates for your request. These presentations and workshops are available between 8:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday through Thursday.

Topics Available

Having Self-Compassion

This self-compassion webinar is intended to bring understanding and compassion to ourselves when experiencing disappointments, suffering, failures, or feeling inadequate. The goal is to learn how to care and be kind toward ourselves as we navigate life’s inevitable difficulties. It will help us to use compassion as we embrace our imperfect and authentic selves! Please check Engage for scheduled times.

Safe Zone

Have you seen the rainbow certificates posted outside the offices of faculty, staff, and student employees across campus? This indicates that the College employee within that office is Safe Zone trained! The Florida Southern College Safe Zone program was created as a way to support and embrace our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ+) persons within the LGBTQ+ community here at Florida Southern College. Safe Zone Allies focus on building a community that listens, acts, and educates others. The mission of Safe Zone is to build a community of Allies who support and advocate for the rights of the College’s LGTBQ+ community members. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually once a month to any interested faculty member, staff or student or in person upon request to any department of student organization. Please check on Engage for scheduled times.

Making Time Work for Me

There is nothing more precious in the time that we have, but most of us find that our time manages us. This time management webinar will help you plan and exercise conscious control of time spent on specific activities to increase effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity.  Using time effectively gives the person "choice" on spending or managing activities at your own time and expediency. Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects, and goals complying with a due date”. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually once a week to any interested faculty member, staff or student or in person upon request to any department of student organization. Please check on Engage for scheduled times.

Anxiety & Stress: What’s the Difference?

This program is designed to assist you with anxiety and stress management. The program focuses on differentiating between stress and anxiety, developing effective coping skills to manage both, and providing additional resources for coping and preventing stress and anxiety. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually once a week to any interested faculty member, staff or student or in person upon request to any department of student organization. Please check on Engage for scheduled times.

Mocs Care

This program is for faculty members, staff or student organizations to assist in identifying the warning signs of a student in distress, establishing a dialogue with the identified individual, and resources that may assist you in supporting the student/peer. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually or in person upon request to any department of student organization.

Build Yourself Up

This program is designed to help address life/ personal challenges by fostering resilience. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually or in person upon request to any department of student organization.

It Starts With The Self

This program is a self-care based presentation. The program will assist individuals in understand the importance of self-care, identifying and developing self-care strategies, and implementing self-care into their daily lives. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually or in person upon request to any department of student organization.

Know Your Limits

This program is designed to develop effective boundary-setting skills. The program will assist individuals in better understanding their limits, effective setting of boundaries, and effective communication of their boundaries to others. This program is scheduled to be presented virtually or in person upon request to any department of student organization.