Outreach Requests

Our mission at the Counseling Center is to promote the psychological wellbeing of BGSU students. We accomplish this not only through offering a wide variety of counseling services but also through providing educational programming on a variety of psychosocial and mental health issues.   

If you'd like to offer a mental health program to a particular group on campus, we're here to help. We would be happy to talk with you about different options for offering your program.  Some program examples that have been offered in the past are talking to a friend about mental health, grief & loss, managing interpersonal conflict, and suicide prevention/education.  Depending on our staff availability, we may be able to facilitate a program for you or to recommend other possible speakers to you.  Alternately, we could share resources with you so that you could develop and lead your own program.

Please fill out the request form below and submit it at least three weeks in advance of your proposed program.  We look forward to working with you!

Who is this program for?:

Presentation Date (at least 3 weeks notice required):

Please note: The Counseling Center will attempt to supply a speaker/facilitator and/or other resources to meet your request. However, there may be times when we are unable to accommodate a request.  We also request that you can ensure at minimum five participants at an outreach request event, otherwise we will provide alternative ways to relay the information you are requesting.

A member of the Counseling Center staff will contact you to respond to your request. This may take a few days, depending upon how quickly we can identify available staff. If you have not heard from us within 5 business days, please call the Counseling Center at 419-372-2081 and ask to speak with Phil Hughes, Assistant Director of Outreach.







Updated: 11/03/2023 02:11PM