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  • Counseling and Psychological Services Multimedia | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Counseling and Psychological Services Multimedia Counseling and Psychological Services Multimedia MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Students What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans Watch videos or listen to audio files about educational and psychological topics If you have questions about the audio and video files found in this section please feel free to contact us at the number and email listed to the right All video and audio files are the property of San José State University Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS Any duplication without written permission is prohibited Whispers of Harm videos Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students Suicide and Mental Health Association International 2004 Although college students do not commit suicide more often than other young adults suicide attempts and completions can have devastating effects to the University and surrounding communities Informing students of suicide risk factors and what to look for among classmates and friends can be an effective way to address suicides on campus CAPS Whispers of Harm videos educates students on the facts of suicide informs them on the signs that

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Multimedia/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • First Generation College Students | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students First Generation College Students First Generation College Students MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Students Resources for First Generation College Students First Generation College Students What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans The purpose of GENERATE is to promote leadership visibility support coordinated resource exchange and college success for those who identify as First Generation College Students We further hope to support teaching and relevant research We aim to foster community collaboration toward this purpose comprised of students staff faculty and community members Are you the first in your family to attend college or graduate school Congratulations and welcome to San José State University Over half of undergraduate students at San José State University are the first in their family to attend college so you are not alone GENERATE is a partnership between Counseling and Psychological Services the Division of Student Affairs MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center Student Involvement Peer Connections Residential Life and others to support the success of first generation college students These services include a student support group workshops events and other resources For more information or questions please

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/First_Generation_College_Students/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Additional Resources | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Additional Resources Additional Resources MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Students Additional SJSU Resources Community Resources Other Links Self Help Tips What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans In addition to seeking counseling here at Counseling and Psychological Services please click on the links to the right or below for more resources SJSU community local and information on a variety of topics SJSU resources Community Resources Other General Mental Health Links Self Help Tips Crisis Suicide Hotline Phone 1 855 278 4204 Toll free All Santa Clara County Phone 650 494 8420 North County Toll Free Phone 408 683 2482 South County Toll Free Santa Clara County Mental Health Department After Hours Advice Nurse 1 866 935 6347 TO REPORT ANY CONCERNS OR ISSUES ANONYMOUSLY If you are concerned about a campus incident e g unsafe conditions harassment substance abuse theft etc please go to the TipNow website and complete a confidential anonymous report Help prevent crimes and save lives To send an anonymous text

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  • Student Veterans | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Student Veterans Student Veterans MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Students What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans For many veterans the transition from the demands of military life to those of the university can create a significant amount of stress Moreover that stress is multiplied and compounded for combat veterans returning from war zones and is often immeasurable and overwhelming Recent studies show that as many as 1 in 3 returning veterans have already or will experience one or more psychological conditions ranging from PTSD to severe depression It is therefore important for all student veterans to be aware of Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS and the offerings it can provide for our student veterans We offer a variety of services including 1 on 1 counseling to address both educational and personal concerns and variety of groups and workshops including topics on anxiety depression relationships issues If there are enough interest we would love to facilitate a support group for veterans as well Please contact us for more information Also of importance to note is that CAPS staff sits on the president s Veterans Advisory Council VAC Student veterans are encouraged to identify

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Student_Veterans/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Individual Counseling | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Faculty Staff Managing Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Personal Counseling Individual Counseling Individual Counseling MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Personal Counseling Individual counseling facilitates the exploration and resolution of personal problems and issues according to the needs of the individual Depending on the availability of both the student and counselors Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS can offer confidential personal counseling up to six sessions per semester Pre doctoral and practicum interns may be able to see students for a longer period of time Some of the issues often addressed in individual counseling are Stress Don t know how to cope with life circumstances Depression Anxiety Self esteem Identity issues including cultural religious gay lesbian bisexual transgender etc Body image eating disorders Loneliness Difficulty forming or maintaining healthy relationships Physical or emotional abuse past or present Cross cultural issues including cultural conflicts between parents child Difficulty defining problems Marked changes in functioning Irritability Changes in thinking or perceptual abilities Difficulty setting limits with others How to see a personal counselor If you have never been to CAPS please call our office at 408 924 5910 to schedule your initial session You may then be scheduled to meet with a personal counselor following the initial session If you have been

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Personal_Counseling/Individual_Counseling/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Couple Counseling | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Personal Counseling Couple Counseling Couple Counseling MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Personal Counseling Sometimes people who care about each other encounter impasses in their ability to resolve issues in their relationship Personal counselors can help couples improve self awareness insight communication and relationship skills particularly when couples attend together Personal counselors utilize a variety of interventions to assist couples in resolving problems Couples may be given assignments to work on either as a couple or individually Couples counseling is often complicated by one or both of the individuals having significant unresolved personal issues It is important for participants to be willing to address their own internal issues as well as the personal issues of the other person in a non blaming and constructive manner How to see a personal counselor for couples counseling If you and your partner have never been

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Personal_Counseling/Couple_Counseling/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Crisis Intervention | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Personal Counseling Crisis Intervention Crisis Intervention MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Personal Counseling If you feel like your life is falling apart if you are having difficulty coping and are in crisis and need to speak to someone immediately Counseling and Psychological Services is here to help you We have personal counselors available to talk with you Monday through Friday from 8 30 am to 4 30 pm during winter and summer terms We have extended hours on Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 30 am 5 30 pm during regular fall and spring semesters Please come on in or give us a call at 408 924 5910 If you need assistance after hours please call

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Personal_Counseling/Crisis_Intervention/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Psychiatric Services | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Psychiatric Services Psychiatric Services MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Students Medications ADHD Information What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans Thirty minute and one hour sessions are available with a psychiatrist for students who have been referred by a clinician from the Student Health Center or personal counselor from Counseling and Psychological Services The first session will be a one hour session to discuss your concerns your questions and your personal and medical history Time will be spent at the end of the session to discuss the psychiatrist s impressions and the medication options that would be appropriate given the risks benefits and side effects of medication Blood tests may also be ordered If a medication is started the usual practice is to stay on the medication for 9 months to a year with at least monthly monitoring sessions that would be 30 minutes in length During these monitoring sessions time is spent on discussing your feelings and thoughts the impact of the medication and the side effects Priority will be placed on your physical and psychological health not simply the biological impacts of the medication

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