“Ultimately, what’s most important is that they are here to help you.”
COPHS offers group therapy sessions for those involved in their programs.
CCS hired new clinicians in order to supplement student needs
The logistics behind the group that provides part of a support network for Butler students.
Shana Markle, associate director of CCS, and Iris Mosah, a staff therapist within the CCS department, are adopting a new initiative at Butler called Let’s Talk: a drop-in consultation service offered four different times during the week at both the HRC and the Diversity Center.
Starting this fall, Scooter the therapy dog will be available during counseling appointments at Counseling and Consultation Services in the HRC.
NATALIE SMITH STAFF REPORTER Ninety-one percent of members of Butler University’s 2011 freshman class came back for their sophomore year, which is 14 percent higher than the national average, according to U.S. News.and World Report. Butler takes an interest in making sure that freshmen and sophomores are put in the highest importance when it comes…
MARAIS JACON-DUFFY NEWS EDITOR MJACONDU@BUTLER.EDU In recent years, Butler has seen a steady increase in the use of mental health services in different areas on campus. The number of students going to the Health and Recreation Center for counseling and consultation services has almost doubled from 6 percent to 10 percent of the student body…