The Counseling Center is pleased to offer virtual group sessions for students. Processing experiences and concerns as a group can be a meaningful and rewarding activity.
Sessions cover topics such as academic success, grief, mindfulness, test anxiety, and much more.
COUNSELING CENTER: WEBEX VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS
TUESDAY TALKS with the Counseling Center
Tuesdays, Apr. 28 – June 2
Go online for Tuesday Talks:
Tuesday, April 28 at 3:00 pm – Presenter, Dr. Winnie Eng
Grief and Loss in the Time of COVID-19
If you’re grieving the news and events surrounding Coronavirus, you’re not alone. Grief is the normal and natural emotional reaction to loss of any kind. Join us to learn some strategies for dealing with the sense of loss in this time of uncertainty and change.
Tuesday, May 5 at 3:00 pm – Presenter, Dr. Kimberly Montagnino
Is it Depression orJust “The Blues?”
Many of us are experiencing sad feelings during the COVID-19 outbreak, but it is important to understand and recognize depression. Join us for a discussion and tips for feeling better.
Tuesday, May 12 at 3:00 pm – Presenter, Dr. Sergey Profis
Twenty percent of college students experience high anxiety when it comes to taking tests. Fortunately, managing test anxiety is a learnable skill. Join us for an exploration of the symptoms, causes, and management of test anxiety.
Tuesday, May 19 at 3:00 pm – Presenter, Dr. Ann Booth
Join the Counseling Center Director for an exploration of two essential mindfulness practices. Wise Mind practice will put you in touch with the best version of yourself so you can respond effectively to any situation. The Safe Place exercise will teach you to center on the ever-present sense of peace, tranquility, and safety available to all of us at any time.
Tuesday, May 26 at 3:00 pm – Presenter, Dr. Leathe Allard
Stress Management 2020
These are very stressful times. Join us to gain an understanding of how stress affects the body and mind. Learn positive strategies to improve coping and feel more relaxed.
Tuesday, June 2 at 3:00 pm -Presenter, Danielle DePalma, LCSW
Is Your Relationship a Support or a Source of Stress?
All of us need support, especially during a difficult time. However, it can be helpful to recognize if your friend, partner ,or family member is giving you more stress than support. Join us to learn the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, as well as steps to take if you find yourself in a toxic one.
Every Wednesday from Apr. 29-May 27
Go online to join Counseling Circle for Academic Success.
Wednesdays, Apr. 29 – May 27 at 11:00am – Presenter, Mary Murphy, LMHC
The Counseling Circle for Academic Success
Feeling stressed, falling behind in classes, and worried about exams during COVID-19? Support is here. Join us to explore your concerns and learn strategies to manage stress and get ahead. Be connected, be informed, be a successful student.
By the CSI Counseling Center