Personal Development Workshops

Spring 2017 Schedule    FREE events!

Dickinson Hall

Rm. 4468

Library

Instruction Rm. 4

Effective Public Speaking

Professor Tina Alaimo LoPonte, M.A.(Art and Media Studies)

Learn how to write and present an effective speech. Be prepared for your next presentation.

Tuesday

February 7th

4-5pm

Thursday

February 9th

12-1pm

Relationships and Your Life

Bill Maurice, LPC, LCADC, (S-CAPS)

Is it Valentine’s Day or Laundry Day? You decide. What’s all this talk about relationships anyway? Bring your ideas and come poke some fun at some of those “relationship experts.”

Tuesday

February 14th

4-5pm

Thursday

February 16th

12-1pm

How to Improve Your Diet and Make It Last!

Scott Fisher, MS, RD, (Director-Fitness Center)

Each day we face obstacles that may prevent us from eating a healthy diet: lack of time or motivation, too many or not enough choices, or confusion about best choices.  Come learn simple, effective, and long-term strategies to reap the benefits of a healthy, balanced diet.

Tuesday

February 21st

4-5pm

Thursday

February 23rd

12-1pm

TBA

Tuesday

February 28th

4-5pm

Thursday

     March 2nd

12-1pm

Organized Students=Successful Students

Kathy Azzaro, MA, LPC (S-CAPS)

Feeling overwhelmed? Learn to identify factors that contribute to disorganization and replace them with organizational skills that can help you efficiently balance your day-to-day activities.

Tuesday

March 7th

4-5pm

Thursday

March 9th

12-1pm

Mindfulness, Meditation and Self-Care in the Workplace

Charles Imbimbo, LCSW (S-CAPS)

Learn how to de-stress, care for yourself, and improve your performance using mindfulness, meditation and other techniques.

Tuesday

March 21st

4-5pm

Thursday

March 23rd

12-1pm

Stress Busters  

Bill Maurice, LPC, LCADC (S-CAPS)

Did mid-term stress get you down? Then Stress Busters to the rescue! Here are some of the best strategies for managing that pesky stress.

Tuesday

March 28th

4-5 pm

Thursday

March 30th

12-1pm

How to be a Mental Health Ally

Kathy Azzaro, MA, LPC (S-CAPS)

Recognize signs of depression, suicidal thought and substance abuse. Learn what you can do and where to find help on campus and off.

Tuesday

April 4th

4-5pm

Thursday

April 6th

12-1pm

Managing Exam Stress

Alice Mills, PhD (S-CAPS)

Learn some simple strategies to reduce test anxiety and exam stress. Become a more effective test taker!

Tuesday

April 11th

4-5pm

Thursday

   April 13th

12-1pm

Dealing with Loss & Grief

Charles Imbimbo, LCSW, (S-CAPS) 

All of us will eventually face loss in our lives such as death of a loved one, job loss, breakups, and life transitions including graduation. We will explore loss and grief and some therapeutic approaches to both.

 

      Tuesday

April 18th

4-5pm

Thursday

April 20th

12-1pm

Relaxation 101

Alice Mills, PhD (S-CAPS)

Learn three simple relaxation techniques that can help you to combat stress, enhance sleep, decrease anxiety and quiet negative emotions.

Tuesday

April 25th

4-5pm

Thursday

April 27th

12-1pm

For more information about these and other S-CAPS services

Go to www.fdu.edu/s-caps

or call (201) 692-2174

Monday – Friday    9am – 5pm