Emotional Wellbeing Skills Group
The Emotional Wellbeing Skills Group is designed to help students understand and change interpersonal, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive patterns that can result in unhappiness and distress.
Benefits of participation may include:
• Heightened self-awareness
• Improved self-regulation skills
• Increased resiliency
• Enhanced social connectedness
Meet for three weekly sessions to learn:
- Develop an ongoing mindfulness practice
- Learn the benefits of being mindful and simple ways to practice
- Improve present moment awareness and self care
Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 pm, Weeks 2-7
This is a drop-in program facilitated by Kate Bellingar and Melly Gledhill.
Registration is not required.
A casual and supportive space for international students to make friends, eat snacks, and have a conversation about experiences as an international student in the U.S. and on campus. Students are encouraged to raise their own topics and concerns. Additional discussion topics such as academic difficulties, adjustment, cultural concerns, identity, relationships, microaggressions, and stress management may be provided.
In collaboration with International House, the Center for Academic Success, and Wellness Services