Personal Development Workshops at S-CAPS

SPRING 2020 Schedule: Just show up (no sign up needed)

Dickinson Hall

Rm. 2245

Library Instruction Rm. 4

Relationships Matter : Bill Maurice, LPC, LCADC (S-CAPS)

Most students equate college success primarily with a high GPA. However, research indicates the importance of a wider approach to being successful.

This presentation underscores the value of relationships and why it is important to invest time in them.

Tuesday

February 11

4 to 5pm

Thursday

February 13

12 to 1pm

Staying the Course to Better Nutrition and Fitness: Scott Fisher, MS, RD (Director-Fitness Center) The challenges of day-to-day life can often make it difficult to maintain an effort to improve our diets and to get regular exercise. This session will teach you effective strategies to stay motivated and headed in the direction of better health.

Tuesday

February 18

4 to 5pm

Thursday

February 20

12 to 1pm

Positive Psychology: Finding Pleasure, Happiness & Meaning

Charles Imbimbo, MA, MSW, LCSW (S-CAPS)

Some think that psychology only deals with disorders and problems. Learn effective approaches and techniques to cultivate optimism, resilience, and

a positive mindset.

Tuesday

February 25

4 to 5pm

Thursday

February 27

12 to 1pm

Chill Out!-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

March 3

4 to 5pm

Thursday

March 5

12 to 1pm

Lets talk about it: Kathy Azzaro MA, LPC (S-CAPS)

Do you feel your life has been affected by someone else's addiction? This is an opportunity to share your experience and strategies to cope with common problems.

Tuesday

March 17

4 to 5pm

 

Thursday

March 19

12 to 1pm

The Power of Forgiveness : Rev. Jim Om, M Div (Campus Ministry)

Learn and experience the freedom forgiveness brings to those who practice letting go of frustration and resentment.

Tuesday

March 24

4 to 5pm

Thursday

March 26

12 to 1pm

Stress Busters David Mednick, PsyD (S-CAPS)

Stress is a part of our daily lives but where does it come from and how do you deal with it? Learning to cope effectively with stress will make a healthier you.

Tuesday

March 31

4 to 5 pm

Thursday

April 2

12 to 1pm

How to Help a Distressed Friend: Bill Maurice, LPC, LCADC (S-CAPS)

Ignoring stress and overwhelming feelings can negatively affect ones life. Learn how to identify those in distress, who may be experiencing signs of depression, anxiety, insomnia, or other symptoms and how to refer them. Coping skills will be emphasized.

Tuesday

April 7

4 to 5pm

Thursday

April 9

12 to 1pm

Cognitive Strategies for Stress, Anxiety & Depression Alice Mills, PhD (S-CAPS)

Identify the common cognitive distortions that trigger distress. Learn effective strategies to manage your negative thoughts, decrease the occurrence of distressing emotions and increase your focus and productivity.

Tuesday

April 14

4 to 5pm

Thursday

April 16

12 to 1pm

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

Being a college student can be very stressful! Learn how to de-stress, care for yourself, and improve your performance using mindfulness and other techniques.

Tuesday

April 21

4 to 5pm

Thursday

April 23

12 to 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

 

Free Weekly Meditation Class

Dickinson Hall, Room 2230, every Thursday from 4:00 pm 5:00 pm

Open to all members of our FDU community (students, faculty, & staff)

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