Students to Present to Interfraternity Council

Anger control difficulties are not uncommon among college students, and anger-related problems are often compounded by academic stress, alcohol use, and living in close proximity to so many people with different backgrounds, attitudes, and values.

Caitlin Clark and Daniel Deason, two doctoral students working in the lab, will present information about the anger management services available through the
Community Counseling and Assessment Clinic to the Southern Miss Interfraternity Council next week. We are happy to have the opportunity to inform fraternity presidents about the resources available on campus for helping their members learn how to manage anger more effectively and prevent anger-related problems.
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