Workshops are educational series that teach students valuable coping skills for a variety of concerns and experiences. They are available multiple times during the semester for several weeks at a time and do not require a group screening.

  • Combating Anxiety Workshop 

    This four-part workshop focuses on normalizing anxiety, learning to recognize cognitive distortions, combating cognitive distortions, and coping with anxiety. Students will leave the workshop with skills they can implement to cope with anxiety. 

    Each workshop will last four weeks, meeting every Monday at 11 a.m. 

    Mondays 11 a.m.–12 p.m.  

    Workshop 1 Begins: September 18th 

    Workshop 2 Begins: October 16th 

    Workshop 3 Begins November 13th 

    Status: Virtual 


    Facilitators: Maria Sanchez, MA & Aniko Varga, MA  

  • Creative Expression Workshop

    Everyone receives and relays information in their own unique way. Some of us may understand what is going on through metaphors, music, writing and artistic expression. Tapping into your creative side may allow you to find a way to express what you're thinking and feeling. In this six-week workshop, we will use writing and drawing prompts to artistically capture how we are feeling and express it in a way that honors our unique experience. No prior artistic experience is required. This workshop is open to both undergrad and graduate students.

    Thursdays 1–2:30 p.m.

    Workshop 1 Begins: September 21
    Workshop 2 Begins: November 5
    Status: In person

    Facilitator: Sara DeYoung, LMSWCiera Lewis, PhD


  • Cultivating Concentration Workshop

    This four-part workshop focuses on improving concentration, attention, and motivation to complete academic and work demands.  

    Tuesdays, 11 a.m.–12 p.m.  

    Workshop 1 Begins: September 19th 

    Workshop 2 Begins: October 17th 

    Workshop 3 Begins: November 14th 

    Status: Virtual 

    Facilitators:  Caroline Callaway, MA & Zari Carpenter, MA 

  • Pause. Breathe. Now let’s check in.  

    Mid-semester workshop 2- 4 week workshops-virtual & in-person 

    This 4-week workshop is focused on checking in. Checking with our thoughts, emotions, hygiene, and overall self-management. The workshop will begin with assessing current self-management- how are managing time, tasks, internal and external responsibilities- and continue with identifying skills to aid with management. The workshop will include strategies/frameworks/ techniques to foster grounding and settling of the body; anchor in controllables; and completing the stress cycle response. Each week will reflect 3 objective areas 1) psychoeducation 2)skill, and 3)reflection/application. This workshop is open to both undergrad and graduate students. 


    Week 1: Understanding the impact of stress  

    Week 2: Completing the stress cycle 

    Week 3: Grounding in Controllables 

    Week 4: Gratitude  


    Wednesdays, 12– 1:00 p.m. 

    Workshop 1 Begins: October 2nd (Virtual)  

    Workshop 2 Begins:  October 30th (In Person) 

    Facilitators: Jessica Oyoque-Barron, LMSW  & Courtney Brown, LMSW

  • Trauma Informed Workshops 

    This five-part workshop focuses on providing a supportive environment where students can begin to understand the impact of trauma through normalizing responses to traumatic events and learning skills that minimize the long-term impact of trauma.  

    Each workshop will last five weeks. 


    Fridays 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. 

    Workshop 1 begins: September 22nd 

    Workshop 2 Begins: October 27th 

    Status: In Person 

    Facilitators: Mollie Delzeith, MA, LPC & Ciera Lewis, PhD