Counselor Education COVID-19 Resources and Updates
Important Information Update
From our Dean of Students:
We are asking you as part of the larger Stetson community to self-monitor for symptoms of fever of 100.3, cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, possible nausea/diarrhea possible loss of taste/smell. If you develop any of these symptoms, please reach out to Stetson Health Service by phone as described below.
Please continue to practice smart Social Distancing. Here is more information on how to protect yourself.
What to do if you or someone else is sick or fears exposure:
Any member of the Stetson community who has been to campus in the last 14 days and feels they may have come into direct contact with the virus causing COVID-19 or is experiencing flu-like symptoms (fever over 100.3, cough, shortness of breath) should alert Stetson immediately. Fill out this online form: Stetson University: COVID-19 Report a Concern Form. During business hours- call Health Service (386-822-8150). After business hours- call Public Safety (386-822-7300). If you are concerned about someone else’s exposure, also let us know- don’t just tell them to do so. This applies to our College of Law students, faculty and staff.
Dean of Students
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Resources for use with COVID-19
For our students and alumni, we'd like to share some information with you to help during this time.
- Six Key Coping Skills
- Taking Care of Yourself
- Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents
- Parent Caregiver Guide Outbreak Factsheet
- Family Resilience and Traumatic Stress Providers
- 5 Principles of Resiliency, Pandemics and Lord of the Rings
- Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction eight-week Free MBSR course
- Positive self-talk during the Coronavirus situation, Anxiety is Enemy of Your Immune System.
- Helping kids cope with anxiety during Coronavirus situation, 3 Quick Tips
- How to use mindfulness in a pandemic, Our Calm is Contagious
- Overcome Fear and Loathing In the Age of Coronavirus, 5 Steps to Sanity and Serenity
- Healthy Coping Skills, Focus on the Things You Can Control
A colleague shared this resource they created to help children understand the Coronavirus. We thought it might be helpful to your families, friends or clients.
To the counseling community, my colleagues and I put together a free booklet for kids to learn about and cope with corona. Please feel free to use with clients, students, and families near and far!
Kellie Giorgio Camelford, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC, NCSC, Registered Play Therapist
Need reminders about social distancing? Listen to this playlist!
- Social Distance Blues - From our quarantined house in Southern California to yours, please enjoy, James “Jim” Ruby, PhD. The Family Institute Northwestern University
- Cant Touch This
- From A Distance
- Don't Stand So Close To Me
- Alone Again Naturally
- All By Myself
- Keep Your Hands To Yourself
- I Can't Get Next To You
Timely Information on Telemental Health Counseling
Part Two: Practical Tips for Counselors
Answers to Counselor Education Online and Virtual Learning
Our ten-minute video with some answers to questions about which students have been inquiring.
Greetings to our amazing and resilient Counselor Education students. As we continue through these uncharted waters, we wanted to provide another video update with additional information and answers to you all about our program. It's hard to believe we're entering our third week of online classes so in this video, Dr. McRae and I talk about online classes and other program updates.
Please keep up-to-date with all the information regarding Stetson University and COVID-19.