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    The Conservatory of Music, as required by the National Association of Schools of Music, is obligated to inform students and faculty of health and safety issues, hazards, and procedures inherent in practice, performance, teaching, and listening both in general and as applicable to their specific specializations. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Conservatory-of-Music/Current-Students/Conservatory-Health-and-Safety-Recommendations-.html

    Throughout the year, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) receives many telephone calls from parents, administrators, faculty, staff, student advisors, residence life staff and friends. Typically the individual who calls has observed some of the signs and symptoms that could be indicative of the need to refer for professional assistance. If you are concerned about a Pacific student and are uncertain how to refer them to CAPS or would like to talk to someone about this concern please call 209.946.2315, ext. 2 and ask to speak with an available CAPS staff member.  more

    http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Counseling-and-Psychological-Services/When-to-Refer-a-Student.html

    Students come to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for a variety of reasons. Students who seek therapy usually are experiencing discomfort or dissatisfaction in some aspect of their personal lives. Common reasons include: problems with friends, family, and or significant other relationships, concerns about personal adequacy, or feeling overwhelmed, sad or anxious without knowing why. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Counseling-and-Psychological-Services/Services-Offered-on-the-Stockton-Campus/Reasons-to-Seek-Therapy.html