Being in college can be stressful for students. Many juggle several responsibilities, such as work, classes and positions within organizations on campus. However, students may not be aware of how stress is affecting them until they become overwhelmed. Student Counseling Services is hosting a 4-week workshop series to help students who are struggling with stress management with learning new ways to cope with stress and study tips to help with upcoming finals.
Topics will include:
- 11/13: Raining Cats and Dogs: Understanding what stress is, how we use it, the body’s response, and how to make sense of it all.
- 11/20: Zap the Stress Away: Methods to cope, ideas to try, what works for you, mindfulness and self-care.
- 11/27: Study Tips #Stress2Success: Best practices, study tips, using stress to your advantage, test prep.
- 12/4: Finding Balance on Test Day: Test day prep, from the trenches, reaching out and support for your final push.
This workshop is open to all students, you do not need to be a client to participate.
All workshops will be held in our new conference room in Griffith Hall.
Please call 386-822-8900 to RSVP as space is limited.