Staff Recognition Event
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Please take this opportunity to nominate a co-worker for the Alumni Recognition Award, a monetary award made available by a grant from the Alumni Association to honor selected employee(s) who have made significant contributions during the previous year to the community, University and/or students beyond their normal recognized job responsibilities. Letters of nomination may be emailed toStaff Rec Day.
The award will be given out at the Staff Recognition Event on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
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Emergency eyewash and shower stations provide immediate decontamination and allow workers to flush away hazardous substances, as well as put out clothing fires or flush contaminants off clothing. Learn more about these emergecy stations and some tips on how to use them properly in the article below.
WCU Community Mental Health Services held its Grand Opening ceremony on March 9, 2018. The event was well attended by student, faculty and staff of WCU as well as members of the community, including Mayor Dianne Herrin and Steve Grabicki, Chief of Staff for Senator Andy Dinniman.
Although the Grand Opening was just held in March, WCU Community Mental Health Services (CMHS) has been open since August. CMHS is affiliated with the West Chester University Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) Program. It is the primary training site for graduate students in the Psy.D Program and a clinical research site for faculty in the Psychology Program. As a non-profit training and research facility, CMHS is able to provide low-cost, high quality psychotherapy and testing. They provide a wide range of psychological services as well as specialization in trauma-related disorders and child & adolescent mental health. Services are provided by graduate students earning a doctorate in Psychology, who are closely supervised by experienced, licensed Psychologists. They serve children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
CMHS is proud to advance community engagement via services provided to the community. Since opening in August, CMHS has served 82 clients with psychotherapy and/or assessment. Clients seen have ranged in age from 7 to 61 years of age. Graduate students in the program have provided 4 presentations to businesses and mental health providers in the West Chester community, and two graduate students are currently running a group at a local high school.
Want to nominate an employee or team to be featured for our next "Spotlight of the Month?" Teams can include, but are not limited to departments, offices, committees, special project coordinators, volunteer groups, etc. ContactLindsay Bishop
Learning & Development Manager, to nominate a team.
Have a photo you want to feature? Photos can include, but are not limited to department/group achievements or events, engagement/marriage/commitment ceremony/civil union/other, birth/adoption of a child, degree/certificate/award earned, published information, recognize or thank an employee, highlight employee achievements/projects/milestone anniversary, participation in community service/fundraising/volunteer activity, opportunities to get involved, etc.Send your photos toLindsay Bishop,
Training and Media Associate.