Wellness Education & Outreach
Mental health education is a vital part of a much wider public health responsibility – a responsibility that drives the University Counseling Center’s Wellness Education & Outreach programming.
We offer a number of Virtual Wellness Education & Outreach programs, including Virtual Wellness Workshops, Let’s (tele)Talk, and Outreach Requests.
Please see below to learn more about available Wellness Education & Outreach services and programs.
CURRENT SERVICES & PROGRAMS
Virtual Wellness Workshops
Virtual Wellness Workshops are interactive, educational presentations focused on wide variety of mental health related topics. Virtual Wellness Workshops are drop-in format – no appointment needed! Click here to learn more about Wellness Workshops!
“Let’s (tele)Talk” is a virtual drop-in service that offers informal, confidential consultation with a counselor from the University of Pittsburgh Wellness Center. Students can register for Let’s Talk to speak briefly with a counselor about concerns; get help problem-solving; and/or learn more about services at the University of Pittsburgh Wellness Center and other campus resources. Visit our Let’s Talk page for additional information.
Outreach Requests are interactive programs/presentations focused on building specific skills for a wide variety of mental health topics. Outreach requests can be made by faculty, staff and organized student groups. We have a robust offering of comprehensive programs and presentations, and will work with you to customize the program/presentation to meet your organization’s needs.
UCC Clinicians are also available to facilitate tabling events, participate in panel discussions/events, and provide mental health-related trainings.
Please click here to submit an Outreach Request.
Please note: Outreach requests must be submitted one month in advance.
At one point or another, we will all face challenges, obstacles and failure. Grit is a major predictor of overcoming such challenges and becoming successful. PITT GRIT was launched in Fall 2019 to help students find their grit through storytelling, education and outreach services. Visit the Pitt Grit page for additional information.
Active Minds – Peer Education Programs
Active Minds at the University of Pittsburgh is a peer-based mental health advocacy organization with the mission to reduce mental health stigma on college campuses. Active Minds offers Peer Education programs, developed by students for students. Materials are reviewed and supported by the national nonprofit Active Minds and our advisor from the University Counseling Center. Click here to learn more about Active Minds Peer Education Programs!