On May 1, 2019, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs celebrated the end of the year and honored several staff and faculty with Pride of the Wolfpack
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NC State Counseling Center and Prevention Services Executive Director Monica Osburn receives lifetime achievement award from the largest organization of campus mental health leaders in the world.
NC State’s Counseling Center wants to acknowledge that hearing about sexual violence in the media and online can elicit a variety of reactions. Some of our students may feel more empowered and validated by knowing
TAO is an interactive, dynamic, easy-to-access online program that provides support for anxiety, depression, and other common concerns. As a TAO participant, you have the opportunity to watch short videos, complete skill-building exercises, and build
In the August 2018 edition of Counseling Today magazine, Dr. Osburn highlights the Think and Do mission of NC State and the unique position of both she and the counseling center hold within the university.
The recognition honors and celebrates her outstanding contributions to global initiatives and the internationalization of NC State.
Dr. Richard Tyler-Walker hopes to advance the conversation about the needs for resources and comprehensive counseling centers everywhere.
The award recognizes Monica Osburn for her leadership on suicide prevention education.
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