Let’s Talk! , Wellness and Stress Management Series

The Counseling Center hosts various “Let’s Talk” sessions for walk-in consultations open to all students! See the flyer for more details!

Also, there’s still time to come by one of the Stress Management and Wellness events listed below (all are held in IC 109)!

10/25/18, 11 a.m. – Mindfulness and Meditation
Mindful meditation is an effective way to reduce stress, increase self-awareness,
enhance emotional intelligence, and effectively handle painful thoughts and feelings.
Learn how mindfulness meditation can improve your overall health and reconnect
your body, mind, and emotions.

11/01/18, 11 a.m. – Managing Stress for Ethnic Minority Students
This interactive workshop will identify stressors and barriers to success that racial
and ethnic minority students might face on campus. In this workshop, you will
examine issues related to cultural differences and challenges within academia, and
learn successful strategies to reduce stress and enhance your overall wellness.

11/08/18, 11 a.m. – Assertiveness Skills for Effective Communication
This workshop will help you develop skills to communicate your thoughts, feelings, and
preferences successfully to others, while avoiding the extremes of aggressive or
passive communication. Learn various ways of being assertive as you interact with

11/15/18, 11 a.m. – Don’t Believe Everything You Think: Using Logic to Overcome Stress
Learn how to recognize and change thought patterns that cause unnecessary stress.
The skills taught in this workshop are based on the principles of cognitive therapy,
which have been shown to be effective in reducing stress and increasing well-being.

11/29/18, 11 a.m. – Mind Matters: Using Psychology to Enhance Your Academic and Test
This workshop will help you learn to harness the energy behind stress to maximize
your test performance. Techniques for enhancing memory, improving concentration,
and recalling the material you studied will be covered. The goal of this workshop is
to help reduce your stress as you go into final exams.


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