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My name is Trista Goss, a Licensed Social Worker and a Behavioral Health Community Counselor. I am now available onsite at EGCC full time for students at the Youngstown Campus, Steubenville Campus, and those enrolled in the EGCC online program. I’m available to conduct brief intervention with students who are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or struggling with symptoms of mental health issues. I can assist them by helping them identify, develop, and utilize positive coping strategies to deal with these feelings. I can also help students locate mental health resources in the area and assist them in making appointments if they wish to engage in further counseling.
My office is located at B104 at the Youngstown Campus and I am available:
Monday – 8:00am to 4:30pm
Wednesday – 10:00am to 8:00pm
Thursday – 8:00am to 4:30pm
Friday – 8:00am to 2:00pm
*My schedule is subject to change to meet the needs of the students*
I will be available at the Steubenville Campus:
Tuesdays – 8:30am to 3:30pm
*My schedule is subject to change if a different day/time is required for a student in Steubenville. Please feel free to email me with any questions or to set up an appointment. My office in Steubenville is in the library. You will see me usually at an information table near the library.
If you feel you have a student who would benefit from my services and is willing to engage in the services please feel free to contact me personally if you have questions or have the student contact me directly.
During office hours I am available by email at [email protected] or by phone at 330-718-1268.
*If needed after office hours please send an email to [email protected].
I have been working with the Office of Academic Support evaluating both Steubenville and Youngstown to establish an equal presence in both Steubenville and Youngstown which may include other local service providers. Further updates will come after the holidays when we have one full semester of evaluation time completed.
Potential signs and symptoms of Mental Health issues:
-Feeling excessively sad or down
-Confused thinking or trouble concentrating
-Excessive worry, fear, or guilt
-Mood changes (dramatic shift of emotions, i.e. extreme mood swings)
-Withdrawal from social activities and loss of interest in activities
-Trouble focusing on daily tasks such as schoolwork
-Feeling disconnected from reality or oneself
-Abusing drugs and/or alcohol
-Drastic change in behavior, personality, or sleeping habits
-Thoughts of suicide, wanting to die, or harming oneself
Trista Goss, LSW
Onsite Behavioral Health Community Counselor
Youngstown and Steubenville Campuses and Online
Email: [email protected]
Direct Line: 330-718-1268