Feeling too confined by your “comfort zone”? Wish you had the confidence to do more things, get more involved? Our comfort zones tend to both protect us and limit us, and finding ways to broaden the boundaries of our comfort zones can make our lives more fulfilling and satisfying. Find out how to create a healthier balance in your life with this workshop offered by the Counseling Center on Thursday, February 23, 2012, from 3:00–4:00 p.m. in Room G32, Suites on Maple East.
The Counseling Center at the Center for Health and Well-Being is offering a series of workshops to talk about issues that commonly affect college students.
The workshops will cover a variety of topics. You are not required to attend all of the workshops. Attendance vouchers will be provided.
For more information about any of these workshops, e-mail Eric Rosenberger (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Future workshops include:
This workshop addresses body image. Topics explored include standards of beauty and attractiveness, perceptions, and understanding how society creates unrealistic expectations of both men and women. Workshops involve discussion about individual perceptions of attractiveness, cultural standards, and how each impacts how people look at one another.
Many college students experience a significant loss while they are in college, whether it is a break-up, the loss of a friendship, or the death of someone they know. Come and learn more about the process of loss and grief to help you better understand your own or others’ experiences in dealing with this life experience.
Learn why neuroscience is telling us that mindful meditation is good for our brains.
Do you have trouble communicating with the important people in your life? Are you confused by what others want from you? Relationships 101 involves communication skill-building, determining expectations and boundaries, and learning about individual communication styles. Learn the skills to build healthy relationships and the red flags for unhealthy relationships.
It seems as if everyone is dealing with some form of stress. Learn the most common sources of stress for college students and tools for effectively dealing with stress. Workshop includes mindful meditation skills and resources available on campus.
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