Mental Health Resources for Faculty and Staff
Resources Available by Campus
The Counseling & Wellness Center offers support to Gateway faculty and staff in the following topics:
Request a Workshop
Providing mental health workshops for faculty/staff is the main, direct way of collaborating between others on campus to provide leadership in student mental health. Workshops will be done throughout the Fall and Spring semesters made available to the GCC community. More specifically, faculty/staff can request a private workshop on specific subjects than can be given virtually. Some potential topics can include, but are not limited to self-care, how to build a support system, depression and anxiety, or the topic can be chosen by you.
To request a personal workshop please fill out the linked form a minimum of 2 weeks in advance. Please be sure to include the number of expected attendees, virtual or on campus, and possible dates.
Faculty/Staff Guide to Common Scenerios
|SEEKING GUIDANCE OR ADVICE
• Communication indicates having been a victim of a stalking,
harassment, hazing, or other crime.
• Communication reflects sexual assault or relationship violence.
Acting Dean of Student Affairs
• Has not attended class for an extended period of time.
• Is overwhelmed by a problem with the university.
• Is debilitated or overwhelmed by a family emergency.
|Student Success Center
• Substantially impairs, interferes with or obstructs orderly processes
and functions of the university.
• Deliberately interferes with instruction or office procedures.
|Acting Dean of Student Affairs
|REPORTING CONCERNING BEHAVIOR
• Does something significantly out of character.
• Acts peculiar and this is cause for alarm.
• Displays unhealthy or dangerous patterns of behavior.
• Appears to be under the influence or coping with the effects of
Submit an I-CARE Report
• Threatening the safety of self or others.
• Acting in a frightening or threatening manner.
• Not leaving the classroom or office after being asked to leave.
|Public Safety Officers