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.