Personal Development Workshops at S-CAPS

Fall 2019 Schedule:  Just show up, no sign up needed!

Dickinson Hall

Rm. 2245

Library

Instruction Rm. 4

Transitioning from home to living on campus: A comprehensive checklist: April Quatrano, FNP-BC, Family Nurse Practitioner

Director of Student Health Services 

Tuesday

September 10

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

September 12

12 to 1 PM

Effective Public Speaking: Professor Tina Alaimo LoPonte, MA

(Art and Media Studies) Learn how to write and present an effective speech. Be prepared for your next presentation.

Tuesday

September 17

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

September 19

12 to 1 PM

Time Management: Bill Maurice, MA, LPC, LCADC (S-CAPS)

Start your semester off on the right foot! Come learn the best kept secrets and hear what the experts say about time management.

Tuesday

September 24

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

September 26

12 to 1 PM

Managing Test Anxiety: Alice Mills, PhD  (S-CAPS)

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

Tuesday

October 1

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

October 3

12 to 1 PM

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 both on and off campus.

Tuesday

October 8

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

October 10

12 to 1 PM

Your Life and Your Relationships: Bill Maurice, MA, LPC, LCADC (S-CAPS)

Academic performance is one part of college success. Come learn about how social, emotional, and interpersonal skills fit into the other parts.

Tuesday

October 22

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

October 24

12 to 1 PM

Spiritual Health:  Jim Om, M Div (Director - Campus Ministry)

Learn the importance of being spiritually healthy through reflection and meditation.

Tuesday

October 29

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

October 31

12 to 1 PM

Making Friends with Yourself and Others: Charles Imbimbo, MA, MSW, LCSW (S-CAPS) Self-acceptance and friendships are important to mental health and happiness. Learn insights and skills to improve your sense of self and relationships.

Tuesday

November 5

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

November 7

12 to 1 PM

Intuitive Eating: Scott Fisher, MS, RD, CSCS (Director - Fitness Center)

Create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body through principles of "intuitive eating.”  Learn how intuitive eating can provide an anti-dieting approach to weight control, improved health, and peace of mind.

Tuesday

November 12

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

November 14

12 to 1 PM

Mindfulness and Self-Care: Charles Imbimbo, MA, MSW, LCSW (S-CAPS)

Being a student can be very stressful! Learn how to de-stress, care for yourself,

and improve your academic performance using mindfulness and other

techniques. 

  Tuesday

November 19

4 to 5 PM

Thursday

November 21

12 to 1 PM

 
 

For more information about these workshops and other services, go to www.fdu.edu/s-caps or call (201) 692-2174 Monday to Friday  9 AM to 5 PM.

Free Weekly Meditation Class, Dickinson Hall, Room 2230, every Thursday from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Open only to members of the FDU community (students, faculty, & staff)

Sponsored by S-CAPS, led by Charles Imbimbo, MA, MSW, LCSW