GC Mental Heath Resource Lookbook & Kognito Training

GC Mental Heath Resource Lookbook & Kognito Training

The Office of Health Promotion in partnership with Dr. Whitney Heppner's SPaW class and members of the GC Mental Health Initiative are pleased to present a Mental Health Resource Lookbook for campus. In this book, you will find resources to help you direct students and employees to on and off-campus resources to assist when they are having a mental health challenge. This is an easy access point to browse what is available for times of crisis, opportunities for training, and self-help studies and applications. Print copies will be made available to departments at a later time. This lookbook will be housed on the GC Mental Health Page.  We are asking that you download this pdf and save to your computer to access as needed. (please note there have been a few updates since we last shared this last week, there is a newer version we would like for you to use. 
Please download the lookbook here: www.gcsu.edu/gcmentalhealth

 

The Georgia College Mental Health Initiative is also trying to get as many people trained with Kognito during the month of March that we can. Kognito is an online platform that simulates real conversations and gives you ways to help someone or say the right things when someone is having a mental health challenge. Our hope is that we can get 100 GC community members-students, faculty, and staff- trained with this 1 hour online course. Please visit www.gcsu.edu/counseling/kognito-counseling-services to participate in taking Kognito. Let the Office of Health Promotion know when you or your coworkers complete it so it can be counted to our goal. 

 

Updated: 2022-03-09
Rachel Pope
rachel.pope@gcsu.edu
478-445-1670
Health Promotion, Office of