University students typically encounter a great deal of stress (i.e., academic, social, family, and finance etc) during the course of their life on campus. While most students cope successfully with the demands of college life, for some, the pressures can become overwhelming and unmanageable. Students in difficulty have a number of resources available to them. These include close friends, relatives, the chaplain, and coaches. In fact, anyone who is seen as caring and trustworthy may be a potential resource in time of trouble. Competent clinical professionals who can assist students in times of personal crisis are available at UMM. Staff at the Centre can also provide debriefing for traumatic events that may occur on campus, such as in the student’s Halls of Residence, or in an academic department for faculty and staff.
Academic Building, Second Hall. or 07067067625