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UCTC Spring 2014 Workshops

WELCOME TO ALL CURRENT UO STUDENTS
NO REGISTRATION OR UCTC INTAKE REQUIRED

Stress Less

Feeling stressed with school?  In this workshop you will learn to identify and manage your own stress through relaxation and stress management techniques.

Weeks 1-10:  Every Monday, 1:00-2:30 pm                             Location: Friendly 206

Finals Week: Monday June 9th, 1-2:30pm                               Location: EMU Alsea River Room


Managing Depression

Feeling sad and down?  Helpless or hopeless at times?  Sticking to yourself more than seeking support from those around you?  This workshop will help you understand, identify, & cope successfully with feelings and symptoms related to depression.

Dates: Monday, March 31st, 2:30-4:00pm                    Location:  EMU Century Room D

           Tuesday, April 15th, 5-6:30pm                              Location: Fenton 119


Overcoming Perfectionism

Do you feel like what you accomplish is never quite good enough?  Do you often put off turning in papers or projects, waiting to get them just right?  If so, rather than simply working toward success, you may in fact be trying to be perfect. This workshop will help you understand perfectionistic attitudes and provide coping strategies to overcome perfectionism.

Dates: Tuesday, April 1st, 5-6:30pm                         Location:  Fenton 119                  

          Tuesday, May 6th, 5-6:30pm                          Location: Fenton 119

          Tuesday, June 3rd, 5-6:30pm                         Location: Fenton 119


Coping with Homesickness

Many university students, particularly during their first year, experience distress about being separated from family and community. “Homesickness” is a normal part of college students’ development toward adulthood. This workshop will provide resources and tips to help you overcome homesickness.

Date:  Tuesday, April 8th, 5-6:30pm                    Location:  Fenton 119


Managing Test Anxiety

This Test Anxiety Workshop is aimed at helping students understand the nature of their test anxiety. Students will be provided with information and tools to reduce their test anxiety. Students will also be provided with information regarding campus agencies that may be able to assist them with their test anxiety.

Date: Tuesday, April 22nd, 5-6:30pm                              Location: Fenton 119

         Tuesday, May 20th, 5-6:30pm                                Location: Fenton 119



Managing Graduation Anxiety

Dates: Monday, April 5th, 5-6:30pm                                    Location: EMU Century Room A

          Tuesday, June 10th, 12-1:30                                     Location: Alsea River room


Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis (or other serious illness) in the Family

This workshop is designed for people with a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer or another serious illness.  Attendees will learn ways of coping with a cancer (or other) diagnosis, including how to practice self-care, as well as information about resources available on campus and in the community.

Date: Tuesday  May 13th, 5-6:30pm                                  Location: Fenton 119


Overcoming Procrastination

Still putting off that paper? Struggling to stay motivated? This workshop will address reasons for procrastination and offer strategies to help you manage time better and actually get work done!

Date:  Tuesday, April 29th, 5-6:30pm                                   Location:  Fenton 119

          Tuesday May 27th, 5-6:30pm                                    Location: Fenton 119


 All Workshops are FREE!

Please contact Karina Ramos at uctcoutreachgtf@uoregon.edu with questions. 

These workshops are accessible to students with disabilities.
Please contact 541-346-3227 to request accommodations.

  


 Sample Workshop Topics:

  • The Balancing Act: Managing Stress and Learning Relaxation
    Learning about the good and bad of stress and ways to cope that work for you. New stress management skills are learned through experiential exercises
  • Testing Your Best: Taking Control of Test Anxiety
    Addressing techniques and strategies to reduce panic and overcome test anxiety.
  • Love My Body, Nourish My Body
    Building awareness around body image and eating habits. Learn to build positive coping strategies while nourishing one's body in a healthy way.
  • Loving From Afar: Managing Long-Distance Relationships
    Learning communication tips, how to maintain affection, and coping with issues of trust.
  • Beating the Blues: Understanding Depression
    Discussing facts about depression, how to manage mood, and practicing behavioral coping strategies.
  • Saving Lives: Learning about and Helping to Prevent Suicide
    Presenting the truth about suicide. Learning strategies and skills to help prevent and reduce the risk of suicide.
  • Taking a Stand: Confronting Issues of Racism and Prejudice
    Addressing issues of racism, prejudice, and bias on campus, in the community, and in society. Discussion of power and privilege. 

Additional Topics Covered in the Past:

  • Grief & Loss
  • Social Anxiety
  • Transitioning to the UO
  • Sexual Orientation / Sexual Identity
  • Fear of Success / Fear of Failure
  • Resolving Interpersonal Conflict
  • Building Leadership Skills
  • Family Relationships
  • Coping with Illness
  • Gender Issues
  • Building Communication Skills

 

UCTC Spring 2014 Workshops

WELCOME TO ALL CURRENT UO STUDENTS
NO REGISTRATION OR UCTC INTAKE REQUIRED

Stress Less

Feeling stressed with school?  In this workshop you will learn to identify and manage your own stress through relaxation and stress management techniques.

Weeks 1-10:  Every Monday, 1:00-2:30 pm                             Location: Friendly 206

Finals Week: Monday June 9th, 1-2:30pm                               Location: EMU Alsea River Room


Managing Depression

Feeling sad and down?  Helpless or hopeless at times?  Sticking to yourself more than seeking support from those around you?  This workshop will help you understand, identify, & cope successfully with feelings and symptoms related to depression.

Dates: Monday, March 31st, 2:30-4:00pm                    Location:  EMU Century Room D

           Tuesday, April 15th, 5-6:30pm                              Location: Fenton 119


Overcoming Perfectionism

Do you feel like what you accomplish is never quite good enough?  Do you often put off turning in papers or projects, waiting to get them just right?  If so, rather than simply working toward success, you may in fact be trying to be perfect. This workshop will help you understand perfectionistic attitudes and provide coping strategies to overcome perfectionism.

Dates: Tuesday, April 1st, 5-6:30pm                         Location:  Fenton 119                  

          Tuesday, May 6th, 5-6:30pm                          Location: Fenton 119

          Tuesday, June 3rd, 5-6:30pm                         Location: Fenton 119


Coping with Homesickness

Many university students, particularly during their first year, experience distress about being separated from family and community. “Homesickness” is a normal part of college students’ development toward adulthood. This workshop will provide resources and tips to help you overcome homesickness.

Date:  Tuesday, April 8th, 5-6:30pm                    Location:  Fenton 119


Managing Test Anxiety

This Test Anxiety Workshop is aimed at helping students understand the nature of their test anxiety. Students will be provided with information and tools to reduce their test anxiety. Students will also be provided with information regarding campus agencies that may be able to assist them with their test anxiety.

Date: Tuesday, April 22nd, 5-6:30pm                              Location: Fenton 119

         Tuesday, May 20th, 5-6:30pm                                Location: Fenton 119



Managing Graduation Anxiety

Dates: Monday, April 5th, 5-6:30pm                                    Location: EMU Century Room A

          Tuesday, June 10th, 12-1:30                                     Location: Alsea River room


Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis (or other serious illness) in the Family

This workshop is designed for people with a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer or another serious illness.  Attendees will learn ways of coping with a cancer (or other) diagnosis, including how to practice self-care, as well as information about resources available on campus and in the community.

Date: Tuesday  May 13th, 5-6:30pm                                  Location: Fenton 119


Overcoming Procrastination

Still putting off that paper? Struggling to stay motivated? This workshop will address reasons for procrastination and offer strategies to help you manage time better and actually get work done!

Date:  Tuesday, April 29th, 5-6:30pm                                   Location:  Fenton 119

          Tuesday May 27th, 5-6:30pm                                    Location: Fenton 119


 All Workshops are FREE!

Please contact Karina Ramos at uctcoutreachgtf@uoregon.edu with questions. 

These workshops are accessible to students with disabilities.
Please contact 541-346-3227 to request accommodations.

  


 Sample Workshop Topics:

  • The Balancing Act: Managing Stress and Learning Relaxation
    Learning about the good and bad of stress and ways to cope that work for you. New stress management skills are learned through experiential exercises
  • Testing Your Best: Taking Control of Test Anxiety
    Addressing techniques and strategies to reduce panic and overcome test anxiety.
  • Love My Body, Nourish My Body
    Building awareness around body image and eating habits. Learn to build positive coping strategies while nourishing one's body in a healthy way.
  • Loving From Afar: Managing Long-Distance Relationships
    Learning communication tips, how to maintain affection, and coping with issues of trust.
  • Beating the Blues: Understanding Depression
    Discussing facts about depression, how to manage mood, and practicing behavioral coping strategies.
  • Saving Lives: Learning about and Helping to Prevent Suicide
    Presenting the truth about suicide. Learning strategies and skills to help prevent and reduce the risk of suicide.
  • Taking a Stand: Confronting Issues of Racism and Prejudice
    Addressing issues of racism, prejudice, and bias on campus, in the community, and in society. Discussion of power and privilege. 

Additional Topics Covered in the Past:

  • Grief & Loss
  • Social Anxiety
  • Transitioning to the UO
  • Sexual Orientation / Sexual Identity
  • Fear of Success / Fear of Failure
  • Resolving Interpersonal Conflict
  • Building Leadership Skills
  • Family Relationships
  • Coping with Illness
  • Gender Issues
  • Building Communication Skills