The following is a list of trainings that Student Support Services departments are offering for our campus so that all staff, faculty, and student leaders can better support community wellness.
All trainings are currently being held over Zoom. Please click on the appropriate links below to register for a live session.
Additional sessions will be added throughout the year. We will also add videos of the trainings as they become available, so that partners who are not able to attend a live workshop can still receive the information.
Participants in multiple live sessions will receive thank you gifts!
Please email shcscounseling@csueastbay with questions or for additional information.
Please see this website for more information on our Helping Students in Distress workshops, as well as recording of a past workshop.
Using the book Trauma Stewardship by Laura Vandernoot Lipsky, we will explore how supporting students in the current climate is affecting us, personally and collectively. Workshop will focus on strategies to manage the potential for burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious traumatization. All staff, faculty, and student leaders are welcome. Led by Chetina Hunter, LMFT, APCC, and Shauna Olson Hong, LCSW from Student Health and Counseling Services.
Students are entering their classes with a host of personal challenges that impact their ability to learn. Trauma informed teaching strategies can help us engage students where they are, create spaces to build community, and connect students to the supportive resources that they need. Led by Shauna Olson Hong, LCSW, Director of Counseling Services.
Recorded workshop from presentation at CSUEB Virtual Summer Institute, Summer 2020.
Link to slides used in video.
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Learn strategies to prevent suicide on an individual and systemic level. Workshop includes interactive activities to practice to identifying students in distress, asking directly about suicide, and connecting students to supportive resources. Led by Kathryn Kirkpatrick, LCSW and Shauna Olson Hong, LCSW from Student Health and Counseling Services.
Many of our students are experiencing challenges in basic needs such as food and housing security. Join Pioneers for HOPE to learn about how to recognize these challenges, and connect students to basic needs supports on campus and in the community.
Training dates and times TBD - see HOPE website or follow @pioneersforhope for information and updates.