The Counseling Center offers a variety of 3-, or 6-session workshops that cover a variety of topics relevant to college student wellbeing and academic success. You may be recommended for workshop(s) during your Screening Appointment.
These workshops will provide you with new insights and coping skills in a supportive and casual classroom-like setting. Let your screening counselor know if you are interested in one of these wellness workshops (see schedule here):
Anxiety Toolbox: This 3-session workshop is specifically designed to help students who struggle with a variety of anxiety-related concerns (e.g., panic attacks, Generalized Anxiety, test anxiety). The goal is to provide psychoeducation on anxiety and teach effective coping strategies for managing anxiety symptoms.
Getting Unstuck: This 3-session workshop is specifically designed to help students who struggle with a variety of depression-related concerns. The goal is to provide psychoeducation on depression and to teach effective coping strategies for managing symptoms.
Feel Better Fast: This 3-session workshop focuses on building skills to help students manage stress more effectively. Students will learn more about stress and stress management techniques including time management skills, mindfulness exercises, emotional awareness skills, and wellness strategies.
Making Meaning Amidst Loss: This 3-session workshop is for all of those who are experiencing loss. Losses associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic have permeated much of our lived experience over the past months. These losses may include, but are not limited to, the loss of connection, normalcy, and friendships. Throughout this workshop series we will come to understand ambiguous loss and the importance to naming what is lost in order to heal. If you have experienced loss, please consider joining us.
Managing Emotions: This 6-session workshop utilizes skills from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to foster improved understanding and expression of emotions. The workshop uses instruction and experiential exercises from mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness skills.