Our skills-based workshops are ...
- Led by Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) counselors and psychologists
- Open to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
- Offered on a drop-in basis; no sign-up necessary
Fall 2019 Workshops
"Mindfulness Revolution" Workshop Series
*No group on October 8*
Tuesdays | 3:30 – 4:45 pm | Cornell Health, Level 1 Conference Room 127D
Led by Joy Mushabac, LCSW-R, Cornell Health counselor
Learn mindfulness strategies to:
- manage stress
- improve concentration
- reduce anxiety
- relieve depression
Free and open to all students
Drop-in; no registration necessary
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
This mindfulness strategies group is a four-session educational and practice group designed to help students learn mindfulness strategies to better manage stress, anxiety, and depression in order to lead healthier, happier lives. The sessions will be a fun mix of psycho-education and practice provided in a safe and supportive environment where you can try new things. Each participant will be encouraged to try all the activities to find what works best for them. In this way participants will leave with a set of individualized mindfulness skills which they can apply to their daily lives.
A large body of scientific research supports the belief that a daily practice of mindfulness can increase attention, reduce rumination, reduce stress, boost working memory, enhance creativity, improve focus, reduce test anxiety, create less emotional reactivity, enhance cognitive flexibility, and improve relationship satisfaction. Mindfulness can help you feel less stressed, more in control and move toward the life you want to have.