In group counseling, approximately 5 – 8 individuals meet with a trained counselor. Some groups are for support around a common issue, while others are to learn and practice skills together.
A three-week workshop series designed to teach skills about managing difficult emotions and life situations. Students can call the front desk or talk with a counselor to register.
A three-week seminar designed to help students learn skills to manage their anxiety. Students can call the front desk or talk with a counselor to register.
An interactive group for students to create and maintain healthy changes in their lives. Call (510) 885-3735 or come by Student Health and Counseling to register.
Drop-in workshops incorporating breath exercises, gentle movement, and relaxation techniques for self awareness, self care and stress reduction. No registration or experience necessary.
Location may change depending on weather. Alternate location for Wednesdays is RAW Wellness Lounge. Alternate location for Thursdays is SHCS Conference Room.
Movement and time in nature have been shown to help us feel better. Each group session introduces mindfulness tools and allows students to practice them as they take a short walk. No experience or registration necessary.
If weather does not permit a walk outside, group will use the indoor track at the RAW.
Simple movement, breathing and grounding practices to regain comfort in the body, improve self-regulation, and counteract negative thinking. No experience or registration necessary, all materials will be provided.
Fourth Tuesday of each month from 12:00 - 1:00 PM:
A safe space for women to come together, share their experiences, and receive and offer support. Possible themes include anxiety, stress, relationships, gender issues and societal expectations. Schedule an appointment with a counselor for more information.
Helping participants with hard family backgrounds create meaningful, healthy relationships. Exercises could benefit intimate relationships and friendships as well. Schedule an appointment with a counselor for more information.
Open dialogue in a safe place of fellowship and brotherhood. All are welcome – no registration needed.
For undocumented students and others affected by immigration concerns. Contact René Moreno at (510) 885-3735 for more information.
Counselors are available to run workshops on self-care for interested classes or student groups. These workshops are particularly useful for those in caretaking professions, or involved in activism. They can be tailored to any group’s needs and availability. Contact (510) 885-3735 for more information.