Calming the Worried Mind

Everyone is anxious some of the time. Some students experience more anxiety than others. This psychoeducational workshop could be for you if you feel anxious about everyday situations, or if you want to remain calm before a major event like an exam, presentation, performance, or game. The skills required to manage anxiety can be utilized in many situations. If this sounds helpful, join this 4-session workshop, Calming the Worried Mind!

Learn to manage anxiety by joining the Calming the Worried Mind – Psychoeducational workshops via Zoom on Tuesdays – October 3rd, October 10th, October 17th, and October 24th from 5:30 – 6:45 PM EST.

Workshops facilitated by Victoria Bentley, LPC

The workshop combines group meetings and support with exercises designed to help you keep your worries at bay and focus on the things that are important to you. For maximum flexibility and ease of access, the workshop is delivered through video conferencing – you connect with your group by video.

Check out a preview of the topics. Sign up by completing the form at the bottom of this page.

You will learn the necessary skills for Calming the Worried Mind, including:

  • The causes of anxiety and how to avoid and mitigate them
  • Proven tactics to help you relax
  • Time management so you will have fewer reasons to be anxious
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    All participants must read and sign this Informed Consent document saying they understand the rules of the workshop.

    These workshops are for students only.

    On behalf of your school, Christie Campus Health has partnered with FasPsych to make these workshops available to you at no cost! The workshop is not controlled or supervised by your school’s counseling or wellness services.