1. As a result of intervention/treatment received at the Counseling Center:
a. Students in crisis who seek care from the Counseling Center will learn to care for themselves and will understand the degree of intervention that they need.
b. Students will report a positive correlation between their retention at the University and their treatment at the Counseling Center.
c. Students with learning disabilities will learn to be more accepting of their diagnosis and to advocate for themselves.
d. Students who present with diagnoses that involve disorganization as a secondary problem will learn to improve their organizational skills.
2. As a result of consultation with the Counseling Center:
a. Students will learn the information they are seeking.
b. Students will learn about the medications that may be helpful to them by consulting with our in-house psychiatrist.
c. Students and their families will learn to communicate their needs to each other.
3. As a result of education/prevention received by the Counseling Center, students will:
a. Learn to identify and reduce risky alcohol-related drinking behaviors.
b. Learn how to manage their psychiatric medication.