24-hour crisis and emotional support is available by calling or texting 225-924-LSU1 (5781)
LSU Law students have free access to scheduled mental health consultation and therapy services from Catherine Seemann, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at the LSU Law Center.
大发代理金利,大发彩神代理Appointments are required, and students can request one by calling the Student Health Center at 225-578-8774. Seemann’s office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. Students who need crisis and emotional support outside of Seemann’s office hours can call or text 225-924-LSU1 (5781) for immediate help.
大发代理金利,大发彩神代理Along with providing one-on-one counseling services, Seemann hosts mental health seminars at the LSU Law Center. All LSU Law students are welcome to attend as many seminars as they wish, and pre-registration is not required.
Fall 2019 Seminar Schedule
Stress Proof Seminars
This educational seminar, focusing on law students, teaches skills for effective management of stress. Learn ways to identify sources of stress; how to harness stress and use it to your advantage; and how stress, values and goals are all connected.
- Thursday, Aug. 29
- Thursday, Oct. 3
- Thursday, Nov. 14
大发代理金利,大发彩神代理TIME: 12:40 to 1:40 p.m.
LOCATION: Tyson Room, LSU Law Center
Emotional Wisdom Seminars
This six-week educational series, focusing on law students, teaches practical skills for effective management of anxious and depressed moods.
- Wednesday, Sept. 11 — Active coping: Breathe your way to calm
- Tuesday, Sept. 17 — Cognitive toolkit for improving moods
- Wednesday, Sept. 25 — Mindfulness in practice
- Tuesday, Oct. 1 — Mastering social anxiety
- Tuesday, Oct. 15 — Cultivating self-care: The power of social connection
- Wednesday, Oct. 23 — Resiliency skills: Discovering compassion
TIME: 3 to 4:15 p.m.
大发代理金利,大发彩神代理LOCATION: Tyson Room, LSU Law Center
If there is an emergency during clinic hours, please call 225-578-8774. After hours emergencies can be addressed by calling the LSU 24-hour crisis line at 225-924-5781, the community emergency number 911, or by going to the nearest hospital emergency room.