Drop-in for a FREE 30-minute Meditation Session
Mondays & Thursdays @ 12:30 PM
NO registration required, just drop by room 344 in the Student Services Building. Participants can attend as many times as they like so long as they are a student, faculty, or staff of the U.
Drop-in meditation sessions are led by a rotating group of facilitators who are clinicians of the UCC. Sessions are not conducted during semester breaks or university holidays. See our flyer for information.
2-Week Body & Self Appreciation Workshop
Fridays, April 5th & 12th @1:30 PM
All students, staff, and faculty are invited to drop in for this free workshop. Mindfulness exercises will be provided to all participants to learn how to feel more connected and appreciative of their bodies. This workshop will help participants to explore the relationship they have with their bodies and to improve their body image and self-image. Registration is not required, but participants are encouraged to attend both Fridays. Please see our flyer for more information.
5 Week Mindful Work/Life Balance Workshop
Fridays, beginning February 15th, @ 12:00 PM
This workshop for U faculty, staff, and graduate students is designed to expose participants to mindful strategies for balancing work-life stress. Come learn effective coping tools for navigating the responsibilities of different life roles as well as techniques for managing stress and anxiety. Workshop is $40 for staff/faculty and $20 for graduate students. All participants must register online to attend. See our flyer for information.
Feel Better Now: Learning how to Cope with Anxiety and Depression (FREE)
This 4-week workshop is currently being held in room 344 of the Student Services Building .
Summer 2019 Workshops:
- Series 3: Tuesdays 11-12 pm; June 11-July 9.
- Series 4: Wednesdays 2-3 pm; June 19-July 17.
The workshop series includes a set of 4 modules that are covered over the course of 4 weeks. It is highly recommended that participants start attending the workshop at module 1, but the modules may be attended in any order, and may be repeated. Participants will learn a variety of effective and practical skills they can use to manage anxiety, decrease sadness, and increase focus. See this overview for more information about the content and the dates/times of each workshop. Feel Better Now is open to students of the U (including those not taking course credits over summer sessions), and students do not need to be UCC clients to attend. All participants must register online to attend.