SPRING WELLNESS WORKSHOPS & GROUPS
No registration is required. Walk-ins welcome.
Just Breathe!: Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
Need ways to stay calm under pressure? Learn to use the practice of mindfulness and other relaxation techniques to help you cope with stress. This group is a series of three workshops. Dates TBD
Groups Forming Now
Please call CAPS at (707) 664-2153 or contact the group facilitator for more details.
Women of Color Collective:
Providing an opportunity for women of diverse cultural backgrounds to come explore, process, and support each other in a safe space. Let’s create community and learn about ourselves!
Bisexual Discussion Group: (Meeting Mondays at 12pm)
Join our weekly discussion of topics related to bisexuality and explore your own sexual identity. Contact Lindsey Brooks: email@example.com with questions.
Survivors of Sexual Assault: (Meeting Tuesdays at 4pm)
This group provides a confidential and safe space for survivors of sexual assault to discuss their concerns and receive support. It also provides the opportunity for survivors to become involved in prevention and awareness. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information .
Understanding Self and Others: (Now Forming)
Members of group therapy benefit from a supportive community of students dealing with similar issues. Group members are working on adjusting to college, managing emotions, improving relationships, and self-awareness.
Pathways Through Grief: (Now Forming)
Providing a healing environment to those grieving the loss of a loved one. Learn to cope with grief by sharing, understanding, and moving through the grief process while receiving support. .
Men’s Group: (Now Forming)
This group provides a confidential and safe space to discuss men’s issues with the invitation to discuss and explore what kind of man you want to be in the world. Contact Joe Puentes at email@example.com.
Women of Worth Group: (Now Forming)
Join with other SSU women to share your unique story, receive, and provide support in a safe environment. Issues of discussion may include but are not limited to: relationship difficulties, life balance, stress management, trauma, negotiating identities, assertiveness, body image, and self-esteem. Empower yourself and each other!