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- RG 317
- 1963 - 1908
- RG 317.9
This file contains Proceedings of a Conference on Student Mental Health held at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, May 10-13, 1963, sponsored by The Canadian Mental Health Association, The Canadian Union of Students, World University Services of Canada.
- RG 317.23
This file contains Centre for Student Development & Counselling organizational chart, Sample of Primary Presenting Issues for Personal Counselling and Type of counselling Pie graphs (May 1 -November 30, 2003).
- RG 317.22
This file contains 3 folders with following materials:
-Crisis Intervention Referral Process flow chart
-Suicidal Students: Risks, Realities, Responses
-Indicators of Suicide Risk
-Coping with Traumatic Stress
-Walk and Watch
- RG 317.13
This file contains promotional brochures/flyers. vacancy notices, memorandums, documents: "Present Program/Future Prospects: an outline of a Development Learning Skills Program,", "Interpersonal Copin Skills Program", "Developing Study Skills and Attitudes Motivation Organization Techniques", "How to be Healthy Wealthy Wise (and Happy", " "Counselling Services in Junior and Community Colleges", Task Force Report of the Committee on Counselling, Annual Reports, Mental Health Survey.
- RG 317.24
Two reports written by Ron Taber of the Counselling Centre. The first is entitled "A brief report on departmental academic advising systems" and was based on a project involving the Counselling Centre and each departmental chair. The Centre was trying to gauge what was being done at the departmental level for students.
The second report is entitled "A submission for academic planning". Report was based on student concerns and issues.
- RG 317.1
This file contains 2 copies of book "Returning to School. Ryerson's Guide to Career and Educational Planning" written and compiled by John Thorpe, and Rosemarie Volpe, from Centre for Student Development and Counselling.
- RG 317.16
This file contains 2 copies of brochure "Coping with Traumatic Stress" and memorandum sent by Janet Mays, Crisis Administrative Coordinator and Diana Brecher, Crisis Team Clinical Coordinator regarding Crisis Team on Campus.