Tips for Managing Concerns & Emotions about COVID-19 (pdf)
I know that there is widespread concern in our community about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), and I want you to know that your health is top priority. With the increasing uncertainty and growing number of infected individuals around the world, I encourage you to take responsibility for yourself and your family. It is important to take a proactive approach to minimize exposure.
I want you to know that I can provide resources to you via online means, if you would like to request a session from home. I would like to suggest a private space with internet access and a computer, laptop or tablet. It is also possible to conduct a session with a smartphone, but it is generally not as reliable or comfortable.
To request/schedule a session, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following:
- Name, Student ID and Department
- Contact number (in case we experience technical difficulties)
- Dates and times that are feasible for you
We will eventually be on the other side of this. Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
J. Shayne Washington, EdD
Sr. Specialist for Learning and Career Counseling
University Office of Student Health and Counseling
University Office of Student Health and Counseling is still open and providing counseling services through electronic means. In addition, the 24/7/365 mental health crisis line is always available at 409-747-4357 (HELP).