Outreach and Education
This branch of our services allows our staff to meet, educate, and provide support to a large number of Wesleyan students. Our outreach programs span a diverse range of topics and formats; some are designed to provide basic information about our office while others are geared toward particular student groups and/or issues. Our outreach and education program makes it possible for us to connect with far more students than we see in individual and group counseling, and it allows our office to actively participate in and support the Wesleyan community.
CURRENT EVENTS: Please check back frequently as events are added throughout the semester!
Can I find Peace with my body?
This workshop is a confidential environment to learn skills and explore the possibility of improving body image. The group will meet for 3 Tuesday evenings from 5:00-6:30, beginning November 1st. Please contact Annie Keating-Scherer, LCSW at email@example.com for more information.
Self-Care for Survivors: A structured 9 week psycho-educational support group that focuses on helping students develop sustainable self-care practices. Each week, the group focuses on a different aspect of building sustainable self-care practices. Topics include self-compassion, sleep hygiene, mindfulness and creativity and play. Sessions include art, movement and other activities. The group meets once a week for 1.5 hours.
For more information about joining a group, contact Alysha B. Warren, LPC, Therapist/Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ON THE PATH TO INTUITIVE EATING AND HEALTHY BODY IMAGE
This is a CAPS-facilitated co-educational group for those who struggle with complicated or disordered eating, eating disorders and/or preoccupation with food, weight or body image. The group will meet weekly throughout the semester onThursday evenings from 5:00-6:30pm.
Please contact Joy Zelikovsky, LPC at 860-685-2646 or email@example.com
On the path to being mindful, building emotional resilience, and actively moving toward what we truly value in life. This is a 6-session workshop series for students who want to develop resilience in dealing with stress from within and from without. The workshop series will meet on Mondays from 3:30pm – 4:30pm beginning September 26th, 2016 in the Solarium (2nd Floor) – Davison Health Center. If you are interested, please complete the brief online application - http://goo.gl/forms/8ArglVM6xN by 5pm on Wednesday, September 14 th, 2016.
WESUPPORT SIX-WEEK TRAINING SERIES
Wesleyan Counseling and Psychological Services is accepting applications for the WESupport Workshop Series. WESupport is a series of six 1-hour sessions that prepares students to be peer mental health advocates. Participating students will learn about a variety of mental health topics, become familiar with the signs that a friend or acquaintance may be in distress, gain practice talking with someone who is struggling, and become familiar with both campus and community resources. Students who complete all six sessions are eligible to join the WESupport student group, an active network of peer mental health advocates.
For students interested in becoming Peer Mental Health Advocates, we offer a six-week training seminar that covers issues ranging from depression and anxiety to suicide prevention. Please contact Dr. Jennifer D’Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply to this program.
Contact us at 860.685.2910