Counseling Services works together with other departments in an effort to provide quality educational programming on campus. We are capable and willing to talk on a variety of topics including, but not limited to: Depression, Stress, Body Image Issues, Alcohol & Drug Awareness, and Domestic Violence.
Programs are advertized by e-mail, EagleNet, fliers, campus newspaper, on Facebook, in the residence halls, and in campus buildings.
To schedule please call (865) 471-3350.
On the topic of your choice. We enjoy visiting classrooms and sharing information with professors and students.
Varies depending on student needs and wants (please see the events page).
Prime for Life and Basics:
This Alcohol & Drug Awareness and Prevention Program is offered on a regular basis to students individually and/or in group settings. They are programs designed to educate students how to make healthy, low-risk choices about alcohol and drug issues.
E-Chug is an evidence-based, online Alcohol Education and Intervention Program that provides personalized feedback to the student. It is available to C-N students by clicking on the E-Chug link located on the Counseling Services resources page.
Question, Persuade & Refer:
QPR is a suicide prevention program designed to educate the participant about the following: warning signs of suicide; how to question a person about suicide; how to persuade the person to get help; and how to refer the person to the appropriate resource. This suicide education and prevention program is offered on a regular basis to students, faculty, and groups. Part of the QPR mission is to save lives and reduce suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention training. “Ask a question and save a life” can make a positive difference in the life of someone you know.