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Winter 2021 Outreach Events

Counseling Services will be offering multiple different workshops, groups, and series throughout the Winter 2021 Semester to help students navigate through the college experience and through COVID-19.
See all of the information on each event below and sign up to receive the Zoom link for as many events as you would like to participate in! We look forward to seeing you there!

Workshops
The Coping During COVID-19 Series
Drop-In Spaces
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Workshops
Join these workshops that are focused to help students learn skills and techniques to improve mental well-being. Sign up below to receive the Zoom link!

Procrastination, Kick the Habit

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Is procrastination a problem for you? Do you delay or put off assignments to the last minute despite the consequences and potential emotional distress? Learn to overcome procrastination and become a more productive person.


Foundations for a Successful Marriage

Wednesdays, 12 pm–1 pm on Feb. 10, Feb. 17, Feb. 24, and Mar. 3.

What does a healthy relationship look like? Couples will learn this answer as well as relationship interaction patterns, handling conflict positively, and healthy sexuality in marriage.



Improve Your Sleep, Improve Your Health

Tuesdays, 10 am–11 am on Feb. 16, Feb. 23, Mar. 2, and Mar. 9.

If you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, this is the workshop for you. Trouble with memory or concentration, irritability, stress, and anxiety are just a few struggles that people experience from lack of sleep. Come and learn skills that will help you improve sleep and overall daily functioning!



Unity in Marriage

Wednesdays, 12 pm–1 pm on Mar. 10, Mar. 17, Mar. 24, Mar. 31.

Have you heard the phrase 'Do you want to be right or do you want to be married'? Join this workshop to discuss this topic and others such as equal partnerships, positive perspective, and defining dreams for your marriage.



Anger Management

Tuesdays, 10 am–11 am on Mar. 16, Mar. 23, Mar. 30, and Apr. 6.

This workshop will focus on learning about the state of anger, learning new ways to respond when you begin to feel anger, and then help to apply these skills to real life experiences.


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Coping During COVID-19 Series
Each week a special presenter will discuss a new topic to help students learn coping skills to navigate through the pandemic. Each topic will be discussed every Thursday from 11 am–12 pm via Zoom. Sign up below to receive the Zoom link!

Week 1: Nurturing Mental Health During the Pandemic

Feb. 4 at 11 am with Carol Skinner

Caring for your mental health during the pandemic is just as important as caring for your physical health. Learn ways to manage distress and improve your emotional well-being.



Week 2: Sleepy Students: Benefits of Sleep for Your Health

Feb. 11 at 11 am with Liz Rago

Did you know that 60% of college students report suffering from poor sleep? Come join us and begin your journey towards a better night's sleep and better emotional and physical well-being!



Week 3: Successful Skills for Remote Learning

Feb. 18 at 11 am with Michael Aldrich

The Center for Academic Success provides support services to help students position themselves for success. Learn techniques to stay motivated and disciplined in your online courses.



Week 4: A Mindful Way Through Uncertainty

Feb. 25 at 11 am with Amanda Ford

The uncertainty and stress caused by the pandemic can affect your thoughts and emotions. Join this forum to learn mindfulness strategies to cope with distress in healthy ways.



Week 5: Maintaining Relationships and Connections

Mar. 4 at 11 am with Sister Bludorn

Stay connected while physically distancing. Learn effective communication skills to strengthen relationships and maintain connections during the pandemic.



Week 6: Helping Children Cope Through the Pandemic

Mar. 11 at 11am with Rachel Kekaula

Children struggle with communicating and managing uncomfortable emotions. Often their emotional distress is expressed through problematic behavior. Learn strategies to help children develop healthy ways to express and manage uncomfortable emotions.
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Drop-In Spaces
'Drop-in' to our weekly Zoom groups held throughout the semester! Drop-In Spaces will be held weekly and we encourage students to participate whenever they're able. Sign up below to receive the Zoom link!

Postpartum Health and Happiness Exercise and Support Group

Every Tuesday, 3 pm–4 pm. Starting on February 23.

Come join Dr. Kate McLellan and Rachel Kekaula for a mixture of empowering workouts and helpful information! Either join the in-person class in the Fitness Studio or join via Zoom!




Mindfulness Monday

Every Monday, 3 pm–4 pm. Starting on January 25.

Mindfulness is about being present, in the moment, with kind attention. This skills-building group will help you learn mindfulness skills to manage the challenges of everyday life.
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