Virtual Mental Health Workshops

Our weekly workshops are offered virtually. Each workshop will last approximately 45-50 minutes. In order to participate in the workshop, please click on this Workshop Link (the link is the same for each workshop). Please see below for the spring workshops which begin January 27, 2021:

“Mindfulness Pathways” on Wednesdays at 2pm: This is a workshop to help you get a better understanding of knowing what you are experiencing while you are experiencing it.  This workshop is about having kindness and understanding towards yourself during this time of uncertainty due to the pandemic along with other events and having to make personal adjustments as a result.

“Quarantine, Isolation, and Coping with Covid” on Thursdays at 12pm: Attending college during uncertain times in our country and world presents unique challenges. Please join us in discussing ways to cope with challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming election, and racial injustice. We will cover topics related to managing or reducing stress, increasing self-care, staying connected in a highly virtual world, dealing with change, and practicing mindfulness.

“Coping Together” on Fridays at 2pm: This workshop focuses on coping with specific stressors that may be unique to one of your identities/populations. Each Friday, we will gather and discuss the impact of these stressors on different identities and skills to cope. Please join us on the sessions that feel applicable to you. 

Coping Together 2021 Schedule

January 29 – International Students

February 5 – LGBTQ+ Identified Students

February 12 – DACA/Dream Scholars

February 19 – BIPOC Identified Students

February 26 – Freshmen and Transfer Students

March 5 – Graduate Students

March 12 – First-Generation Students

March 19 – International Students

March 26 – Freshmen and Transfer Students

April 2 – LGBTQ+ Identified Students

April 9 – BIPOC Identified Students

April 16 – DACA/Dream Scholars

April 23 – Neurodiverse and Diverse Ability Students

April 30 – Graduate Students

May 7 – First-Generation Students

May 14 – Neurodiverse and Diverse Ability Students


Virtual Mental Health Workshop Link