|How To Submit Materials to the Counseling
We would like to
invite you and your colleagues to participate in an exciting
Internet project called the Counseling Center Village web site.
The Village web site was created to bring together in a single
organized web site the expertise and resources of counseling
center professionals from around the country. Too often we work
in relative isolation from each other, unaware of the work our
colleagues are doing at other schools. As a result we run the
risk of duplicating our efforts and recreating the wheel, rather
than building on the accomplishments of each other and
collaborating on new projects and initiatives. The Counseling
Center Village web site offers us an efficient and convenient
way of overcoming this isolation.
Most of the content of the Village web pages
has been and will continue to be created by counseling center
professionals. Although links to non-counseling center sites
sometimes will be included, the emphasis is on gathering
together resources, information, and services created by
counseling center professionals, so that we can all benefit from
each others' efforts.
For the past year and a half the Counseling
Center Village has already gathered links and materials on a
wide variety of topics and issues of concern to counseling
center professionals. To keep the Village up to date and viable,
we need to continue to add new resources.
Please consider making submissions, and
encourage your colleagues to do the same. Pass the word! We'd
appreciate it if you would consider announcing our project at
your next staff meeting, posting the enclosed flyer, or copying
the enclosed flyer for your staff.
What We Are Looking For
We are looking for psychoeducational brochures, conference
presentations, research data, sample forms, seminar outlines,
workshop outlines, promotional flyers, newspaper ads, research
reports, needs assessment forms, self-help web pages, or any
other counseling center material or resource that you would like
to share with your colleagues. It need not be formatted properly
for the web (although that helps!) - we are looking for all of
those documents and other resources that have been gathering
dust for far too long and that deserve a wider audience!
How to submit your material
Submit your material as an email attachment, a web page link to
an already existing page, as a hard copy via snail mail. While
we prefer computer files (e.g., email attachment) rather than
hard copies, we can work with what ever you have! For more
information, or to send resources, contact us via
email, by phone
716-645-2720, or snail mail (Counseling Center Village c/o David
Gilles-Thomas, University at Buffalo, 216 Michael Hall, Buffalo
NY 14214). Also, you can find section-specific contact
information in some of the sections of the Village.