Screenings and Trainings

Check out these personal screenings and trainings you can do on your own to improve your own and others' well-being.

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Screenings

BodyU

BodyU is an initiative funded by the Missouri Eating Disorders Council based on over 30 years of research at Mashington University School of Medicine in St.Louis and Stanford University. The online survey is programmed to understand your behaviors and self-image. Based on the results, you'll be assigned a custom-tailored online or mobile program that fits your unique responses. NOTE: you will not receive an official diagnosis of an eating disorder or any other mental health disorder. Programs are not meant to replace in-person counseling. 

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MindWise

MindWise offers brief mental and behavioral health screenings that are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a counselor or other professional. Some screening topics include generalized anxiety, depression, alcohol use, disordered eating, and more.

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ScreenU

ScreenU is designed to give you anonymous, non-judgemental feedback encouraging you to think about your choices that may be putting you at risk for harmful consequences. There are assessments for alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug use.

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Trainings

Alcohol Skills Training Program

The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) is a risk reduction program for college students. 

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Ask.Listen.Refer Suicide Prevention Training

The Missouri S&T Ask.Listen.Refer Suicide Prevention Training Program was designed to help faculty, staff, and students prevent suicide by teaching you to:

  • identify people at risk for suicide
  • recognize the risk factors, protective factors, and warning signs of suicide
  • respond to and get help for people at risk
This program takes about 20 minutes to complete and is intended for educational use, not therapeutic use.

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MACRO Collegiate Recovery Ally Training

This training was  designed to help faculty, staff, and students support individuals in recovery from susbtance use disorders. The training covers: (1) substance use disorders and recovery, (2) myths and stigmas about substance use disorders, (3) using person first, recovery friendly language, and (4) how to support someone seeking, or already in, recovery. The training takes about 30 minutes to complete, and is intended to be completed in one session.

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MoSafeRx Training

This training can help you to recognize the signs of prescription drug misuse and learn how to provide resources to someone who needs them.

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Party Safe Training

This training will increase your skills and knowledge in planning and hosting a successful, fun, and safe event of any kind.

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State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training (SMART)

The SMART program is an interactive, web-based course available to those who own or work for any Missouri establishment licensed to sell alcohol.

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