Each semester, University Counseling Services offers a series of educational outreach workshops on academic, mental health, interpersonal and wellness topics.
Students, student organizations, faculty, staff and members of the CSUN community may request a presentation. We can collaborate with you to develop a presentation that fits your needs. Our presentations can be as short as 15 minutes or involve a series of multiple topics.
Topics routinely covered in our outreach workshops include
- Academic self-esteem
- Academic stress
- Stress management
- Improving sleep
- Eating disorders
- Racial Justice/Allyship
- Gender differences
- Preventing suicide
- Preventing date rape and sexual assault
We also offer a range of presentation by our peer education programs on the following topics.
Overcoming Depression and Preventing Suicide (The BLUES Project)
Date or Acquaintance Rape Prevention Program (Project D.A.T.E)
Disordered Eating and Body Image Concerns (J.A.D.E)
Request a presentation
If you would like more information or to discuss your specific needs for a presentation, please contact our Outreach Coordinator, Dr. Steve Silver, by calling (818) 677-2366, option 1 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit your presentation request electronically by completing the Presentation Request Form.
Please contact us or submit the form well in advance of the anticipated workshop date.