Prevention and Educational Programming
CPS is committed to providing outreach to the MSU community focused on prevention, wellness, and mental health education. We offer a wide variety of seminars for classes, campus organizations/clubs, residence halls, athletic teams, and campus departments. These are intended to help students by addressing personal, emotional, and academic concerns. To strengthen our prevention and education efforts, we often collaborate with the other entities in our University Health Partners team to offer comprehensive and relevant workshops for the MSU community.
CPS staff are knowledgeable and experienced in workshops, and present in a variety of different formats to make them fun, informative, and interesting!
We offer presentations and workshops on a variety of topics. If you're interested in a topic that's not listed below, just call and consult with our outreach coordinator to see about developing a new program specific to your needs. We can also consult with you about instituting informational programs within your organization, assessing your members' needs, and advertising/publicizing a special topics presentation!
- Conflict Management
- Managing Depression and/or Anxiety
- Men's Health/Development
- Mental Health First Aid
- Safe Zone Training
- Sexuality/LGBT Issues
- Stress Management
- Substance Use and Addiction
- Suicide Prevention
- Test Anxiety
- Time Management
- Women's Health/Development
A variety of Wellness, Substance Abuse, and Health presentations are also available from Medical Services, Office of Health Advancement, and Insight. To learn more, see below:
Outreach questions and/or requests? Contact CPS at 994-3541 or email: CPSoutreach@montana.edu