Welcome to the School of Behavioral Health and Human Services
The School of Behavioral Health and Human Services offers two undergraduate degree programs and two graduate degree programs. The Master of Education degree in School Counseling is a 48-hour program, and the Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a 60-hour program. The Bachelor’s degree in Human Services Management and Leadership (HSML), and a Bachelor's degree in Child Development and Family Studies (CDFS) prepares students for work in the social service sector.
Suicide Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention
Featured Speaker: Aeva Gaymon-Doomes, MD
While there are warning signs to watch for, what should you do when you are not sure the behavior of a friend or loved one is an indicator of distress? We explore factors that may contribute to suicide during this webinar, the warning signs, intervention, and prevention strategies that provide promising ways to prevent suicide.