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Kognito Trainings Call to Support Student Mental Health
The Barnes Center at The Arch constructs experiences to help students discover their personal wellness journey, while simultaneously inviting those seeking to support students to strengthen a community of care.
The latest in the pursuit of enhancing student focused health and wellness is the Fall 2022 launch of Kognito, a virtual training platform free for Syracuse University faculty, staff and students. Within interactive and easy to understand trainings, Kognito enhances confidence and skills surrounding supporting students with mental health concerns.
“Supporting student mental health is a campus community responsibility,” says Cory Wallack, Barnes Center at The Arch executive director of health and wellness. “It’s important that the campus community work together to create a strong safety net. Especially as students at the highest risk are often not seeking counseling.”
A Campus Call to Complete Kognito Trainings
The Syracuse University Kognito partnership implements strategies to improve holistic well-being of students through increased education within the lenses of mental health, suicide prevention, substance use and empathic communication.
All Syracuse University faculty, staff and students are encouraged to complete free Kognito trainings on the Barnes Center at The Arch website.
Please email the Barnes Center at The Arch or call 315.443.8000 for questions.