1. Better Coping Workshop for Graduate Students: Series 2016-17
Offered by Health and Wellness Centre - Student Life
Do you have trouble coping with everyday situations?
worry constantly about worst-case scenarios?
blame or criticize yourself, even when things are going well?
feel like your emotions are overwhelming and difficult to tolerate?
avoid situations or activities because they make you nervous or because you think you'll fail?
push yourself to do things perfectly, but still feel like a failure?
If any of these apply to you, we can help. We're offering a
series of workshops, to help you develop coping skills to meet the demands of university, work, and personal life.
Where: The School of Graduate Studies, 65 St. George Street, Room 201.
When: Mondays from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm on the following dates. Bring your lunch!
To register, call the
Health & Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 or contact your intake counsellor/clinician.
May 29, 2017: Balanced Living
June 12, 2017: Emotion
June 26, 2017: Healthy
July 12, 2017:
Balanced Thinking *please note that this workshop will take place on a Wednesday*
July 24, 2017:
August 14, 2017: Emotion
August 28, 2017:
Registration is limited to 15 participants; register early. If you have accessibility accommodation needs, please advise during your registration.
If you can't make it in person, you can join online! While we think the workshops are most effective in-person, with a facilitator and your peers, you can complete the workshop series by
registering online for our webinar series.
2. Wellness 101: Balancing Your Well-Being & Grad School
Offered by the School of Graduate Studies, Health & Wellness Centre, and the Graduate Centre for Conflict Resolution
This is a set of student-driven workshops designed to help you manage your well-being and graduate program-specific challenges. Workshop topics range from strategies to resolve conflicts in the student-supervisor relationship to accessing University resources to support your needs.
Each workshop will be tailored to the specific needs identified by the graduate students in that graduate unit. Workshops will be supported by experts from the across the University, such as health and wellness counsellors and graduate university policy and conflict resolution experts. Representatives from SGS will also provide information about relevant initiatives and services.
If you're interested in designing your own workshop to help solve problems, increase mental wellness, and promote success, please contact us!
We look forward to working with you!