Emotionally Distressed Student Handbook, 12.8.2017 Revision.pdf​

Dear Colleague,

In your day-to-day interactions with students, the great majority of the contacts made are cordial, productive and enjoyable. It is likely, however, that you will also have experiences with students whose problems, or style of approach, cause you concern and discomfort. When that occurs, we encourage you to contact Psychological Counseling Services for immediate attention for the student. If you have questions or concerns you want to discuss, you may use the services of Psychological Counseling Services or the Behavior Intervention Resource Team (BIRT).

This guide provides straightforward advice on how to identify, assist and refer emotionally distressed and/or difficult students. We share a common desire with you to provide students with positive learning opportunities and self-development.

Shasta College Student Health & Wellness Office

Additional articles of interest:
Students on the Autism Spectrum.pdfStudents on the Autism Spectrum.pdf
Student Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.pdfStudent Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.pdf

Handbook Sections:

Crisis Intervention Guidelines.pdf
The Student with Stalking Behaviors.pdf​
General Intervention Guidelines.pdf
The Paranoid Suspicious Student.pdf
Guidelines for Behavior Intervention, 1pg form.pdf
The Developmentally Disabled Student.pdf​
Disruptive Student Behavior.pdf
The Violent Student.pdf
The Aggressive Student.pdf
The Student Under the Influence of Substances.pdf​
The Depressed Student.pdf
The Student Who Has Been Sexually Harassed.pdf
The Suicidal Student.pdf
Understanding Students Across Cultures.pdf
The Student in Poor Contact with Reality.pdf
Referral Resources.pdf
The Anxious Student.pdf
Standards of Conduct, BP 5500.pdf
The Demanding Student.pdf
Student Discipline, AP 5520.pdf​