Workshops and Events

Counseling Services is offering the following workshops and events for the Spring 2020 semester:

Workshops:

Managing Stress and Anxiety Workshop Series

Join us for drop-in sessions led by experienced counselors. Come one time or come every week!

The workshops can help you:

  • Manage stress, anxiety, and other emotions productively
  • Learn simple, practical mindfulness skills
  • Identify what's not working for you and how to create change
  • Stay focused and increase your social support

The sessions are free and are open to all currently enrolled Parkland students.

The sessions will be held in U-268. This room is the Counseling Services conference room (the door is located to the left of the Counseling Services main office door). No registration needed for the sessions. The door to U-268 will be open 5 minutes prior to the start of each session. Please come on in!

The sessions will be informational and interactive. You are not required to share personal information.

Spring 2020 Times

Workshops start January 27, 2020. 

Workshops are EVERY MONDAY from 1-2pm

Stop by any week. There is no registration needed. We hope to see you there!

 

Black Student SUCCESS Project

Spring 2020 Workshop Schedule:

Feb 5: Black Male/Female Relationships, Pt. 1

Feb 19: Black Male/Female Relationships, Pt. 2

Mar 4: Managing Stress and Anxiety

Mar 25: Personal Safety

Apr 8: Choose Civility

Apr 22: Changing Your Community

All workshops are Wednesday, 1-2pm and located in U-140

Free Pizza at each workshop.

For further information, contact Donna Tanner-Harold inCounseling Services, 351-2429, dtanner@parkland.edu

 

Events:

Anxiety Awareness Day

March 25, Noon–1:30 pm

Parkland College

Room D244

Uneasy? Stressed? Panicked?  What You’re Feeling Matters.

 Please consider attending this FREE drop-in resource fair to learn about anxiety symptoms, effects, and resources.

Free Food, Giveaways and Raffle

Free, online screenings for anxiety available during resource fair. 

Please feel free to contact Katie Schacht (kschacht@parkland.edu) for more information.

This event is open to the public. We hope to see you there!