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Prevention and Outreach

CMHC's Prevention and Outreach services empower students to take care of themselves and each other in order to foster a thriving academic community at UT Austin. Our programs raise awareness, reduce stigma about mental health concerns, address barriers to academic excellence and promote overall wellness.

Workshops, Trainings and Performances

You can help build a UT community that values and supports mental health by bringing a CMHC program to your classroom, organization, fraternity/sorority, residence hall, department or other campus group.

CMHC offers many programs and workshops to the UT community. For a full menu of options please click the button below.

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Specific Populations Specialists

CMHC employs clinical and outreach specialists who focus on the unique experiences and needs of traditionally underserved students. Specialists may be available to provide programming and consultations in their specific area. Below is the contact information for each specific population specialist.

LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning) - contact: Joey Hannah
Asian American - contact Mona Ghosheh
Hispanic/Latina/o - contact Alicia Garces
International Students - contact Sylvia Chen

Issue Specialists

CMHC employs specialists with expertise on topics of concern to many college students. The specialists below also manage dynamic programs on campus that address these issues.

Stress Management - Katy Redd, CMHC Outreach Coordinator, Stress

Suicide Prevention - Marian Trattner, Be That One

Interpersonal Violence Prevention - Erin Burrows, Leah Leeds, Lynn Hoare, Voices Against Violence

Body Image and Eating Disorders - Katie Yates, Mindful Eating

Many other concerns are addressed by UHS's Health Promotion Resource Center (HPRC) including: sexual health, alcohol and other drugs and nutrition. For more information visit healthyhorns.utexas.edu

Integrated Health Prevention Resources

The integrated health team offers groups, classes and the MindBody Lab to UT students. For more information click here.

Students, Get Involved!

Click here for a full listing of opportunities.

Media and Class Interview Requests

If you are a member of the media and want an interview on a mental health topic, contact Dr. Katy Redd, Associate Director. For class requests please read: http://www.cmhc.utexas.edu/mediainterview.html

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