Counselors provide outreach workshops and classroom presentations on various topics related to academic success and personal development.
If you are interested in scheduling a class presentation [PDF], contact the Counseling Center at 718-960-8761. To insure our availability, we recommend that requests for presentations be made at least three weeks in advance.
Outreach/Classroom Presentations for FYI Seminars
During the first weeks of the semester, FYI Counselors and Peer Educators will visit the FYI Seminar course in each freshmen block to deliver a brief presentation of the services available to students at the Psychological Counseling Center. Students will be encouraged to utilize our services as part of their growth as a college student. Additionally, professors may request to have a full workshop delivered pertaining to various topics on academic and/or personal development.
Following is a list of some of the available topics. We also offer other topics that are not listed. If you have a topic in mind, please let us know, so that we may make arrangements. Additional in-classroom presentations include "Stress Reduction and Mindfulness," "LGBT Awareness," and "Understanding Trauma."
- Managing Academic Success
- Study Strategies
- Time Management
- Stress Management
- Wellness Workshop
- Healthy Romantic Relationships
- Overcoming Procrastination
- Getting an "A" in class
- Achieving Exam Success
- Succeeding in College the First week and Beyond
- Test Anxiety & Test Preparation
- Getting a Good Night Sleep
- Understanding Depression
- Understanding Social Anxiety
Last modified: Jan 11, 2012