Presented by Counseling Center Paraprofessionals
Students Helping Students: Enhancing Mental Health, Well-Being, and Success
The Start of Something New: Creating Healthy Relationships
A workshop designed to teach students strategies for building and maintaining healthy relationships. We will also cover red flags to look out for if a relationship becomes unhealthy.
Self-Care Sunday, But on Tuesday: Strategies for Self-Care
This workshop highlights stressors as a college student and focused on ways to maintain a healthy, happy lifestyle.
Don’t Wanna Be… All by Myself: Managing Loneliness
Feeling a bit lonely this Valentine's day? Let's make it a date! Stop by ths Tuesday @ 7 workshop to learn skills to navigate loneliness and cope with feelings of isolation.
Taking Control of Worry Thoughts: I Am the Captain
Worry thoughts are thought patterns that provoke anxiety in anticipation of the future, and are a normal part of the college student experience. After attending this workshop, you will feel empowered to become the captain of your own thoughts.
The Unofficial Guide to Safe Substance Use
Do you want to navigate substances safely in college? Come join our workshop on substances and their effects on us holistically.
Homecoming: Coping with Home Over Spring Break
Sometimes going back home for break can feel like an adjustment. This workshop discusses how to deal with interpersonal conflicts, improve self-care and coping skills, and practice setting boundaries in the midst of returning home.
|GIES Success Lab, BIF, Room 1041|
You Gotta Dig a Little Deeper: Cultivating Vulnerability
Do you struggle with sharing your emotions to other people, whether they are family members, close friends, or romantiic partners? This workshop focuses on cultivating vulnerability and learning the tools to help strengthen the relationships in your life.
|Housing- ISR 94A Seminar Room A|
The Best of Both Worlds: Achieving Work Life Balance
Tired of working too hard or playing too hard? Come learn more about how to manage hustle culture and your eventful schedule at our workshop!
|LAS- 1090 Lincoln Hall|
Diving into Neurodiversity: A Guide for Staying Well in a Neurotypical World
Folks of all identities are invited to join this workshop to unmask, be yourself, and learn how to support one's mental health in a world made for neurotypical people.
|Education Building 323|
It’s Not You, It’s Us: Supporting a Friend in Distress
Ever wanted to help a friend out and didn't know how? Let's learn about how to spot and support a friend in distress, while also being a friend to yourself!
|Education Building 4G|
#BeReal: Navigating Authenticity and Social Media
It's time to #BeReal and learn to express your authentic self in the digital world. In this workshop, we will challenge the societal pressure to maintain a seemingly perfect virtual image.
|Huff Hall 114|
There Is Always Light if You’re Brave Enough to See it: Building Hope and Resilience
In this workshop, we will be using tools to adjust our perspective and thoughts; while also building hope & resiliency through visualization and fostering a growth mindset.
On Tuesdays We Wear Pink: The Coping With Burnout Book
You know what's so fetch? Coming to our workshop on burnout and learning how to cope with feelings of exhaustion and stress.
Meeting ID: 818 1905 9461