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“Let’s Talk” About It with the DREAM Center of the USU

October 26, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Northridge– The DREAM Center of the University Student Union (USU) invites all undocumented students and students from mixed-status families to a virtual opportunity to find support, encouragement and resources during the fall semester through “Let’s Talk,” a program in collaboration with the University Counseling Services. From 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Thursday from now until Dec. 10th take advantage of these 15-minute free virtual consultation sessions with a professional to talk about anything you want from how to better adjust to school, worries about your immigration status, relationship or family problems and how to make a positive difference in this phase of your life. 

“Our students face unique challenges and the DREAM Center wants to help them find the best problem-solving resources to manage during times of struggle,” said Madison Villanueva, supervisor at the DREAM Center. “These one-on-one sessions are not therapy, but they offer a chance to speak to a professional, which can greatly help students succeed in their academic careers.” 

This is a great opportunity for students who struggle to find support and solutions. This service is available to all CSUN undergraduate and graduate students. These virtual consultations are on a first-come, first-serve basis. For those interested, please visit https:// www.csun.edu/counseling/lets-talk for more information on how to attend. Whether it’s stress, sadness, difficulty in school, or other concerns, the DREAM Center is here to reach out a helping hand and allow you find the best path to for your future. 

“Let’s Talk” about it with the DREAM Center and the University Counseling Services at the Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/99553075815#success For more information, you can email or please visit csun.edu/dreamcenter. 

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