Counseling and Consultation Services has seen an impact on student mental health based on the presidential election, which is unlikely to calm down soon.
Even though they are not meeting with students in person, Butler’s counselors want students to know that they are ready to work with them virtually
Multimedia reporter Sierra Quimby reports on the importance of mental health and where to find resources on Butler’s campus.
Counseling and Consultations Services provides free individual and group therapy for students, but therapists leave after a year.
In light of Ball State suicide, Butler students can seek help on-campus. Mental health and suicide awareness is a part of Butler’s Community of Care.
The results on mental health from the National College Health Assessment Survey offered to Butler students last spring are being used to help plan programming and outreach. The survey had 436 respondents—69.7 percent female and 29.4 percent male. The survey’s mental health questions asked if students felt a certain way within the last 12 months.…
Butler University provides comprehensive and professional psychiatric and counseling services at no charge to Butler students, faculty and staff, but only about 8 percent of students utilize these services. “I don’t know a lot about the counseling services,” sophomore business major Michael Gorin said, “but I have friends who have gone there or are considering…