Kognito

Kognito's role-play simulations will enable you to rapidly build the capacity to lead real-life conversations that change lives.

These modules have been deployed by more than 350 schools in the U.S., Canada, UK, and New Zealand and are research-proven and evidence-based.

Intrigued? Check it out! Kognito is free for FIU students, faculty and staff. Click below on the descriptor that best applies to you.

Click below on the section that applies to you!

  • I'm a Student Employee or Graduate Assistant
    At-Risk for Faculty and Staff

    kognito faculty and staff

    Now more than ever we need to be able to identify and help students in distress. Whether you deal directly with students or have student employees in your department, it's important that you be able to recognize at-risk behavior.

    Veterans on Campus for Faculty and Staff

    kognito veterans

    Returning veterans enter the classroom with valuable life and leadership experiences; however, transitioning to civilian and student life represents unique challenges. Take this course to learn how to recognize signs of distress, to use effective conversation tactics, and to refer a student to on and off campus support services.

  • I'm Faculty or Staff
    At-Risk for Faculty and Staff

    kognito faculty and staff

    Now more than ever we need to be able to identify and help students in distress. Whether you deal directly with students or have student employees in your department, it's important that you be able to recognize at-risk behavior.

    Veterans on Campus for Faculty and Staff

    kognito veterans

    Returning veterans enter the classroom with valuable life and leadership experiences; however, transitioning to civilian and student life represents unique challenges. Take this course to learn how to recognize signs of distress, to use effective conversation tactics, and to refer a friend to on and off campus support services.

  • I'm a Student
    At-Risk Mental Health for Students

    kognito students

    In this course, you will learn how to recognize when you or a friend need help, how to talk to a friend you’re worried about, and where you or your friend can go for help if the situation is too big to handle on your own. In addition, you will be guided through the creation of a self-care plan.

    Together Stronger for Students - Supporting Student Veterans

    kognito student veterans

    Returning veterans enter the classroom with valuable life and leadership experiences; however, transitioning to civilian and student life represents unique challenges. Take this course to learn how to recognize signs of distress, to use effective conversation tactics, and to refer a friend to on and off campus support services.

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Contact

To make an appointment with us, please call:

305-348-2277 (CAPS)

Appointments will be held over the phone or by videoconference (through a HIPAA-compliant platform).

 

Emergency/Crisis/After-Hours

If you are in need of immediate services, please call our 24-Hour hotline 305-348-2277 (CAPS) to speak with a licensed clinician.

 

MMC

SHC 270

305-348-2277

Remote Hours of Operation 

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM

 

 

BBC

WUC 320

305-919-5305

Remote Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM