DAILY DROP-IN WORKSHOPS - SPRING 2017

MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

ACT ON LIFE

DROP-IN WORKSHOP

Time:

3:00-4:00pm

Weeks 2-10

Location:

Pepper Canyon Hall 223

ACT on LIFE is involves experiential exercises to move you towards ACCEPTANCE, OPENNESS, and FLEXIBLE THINKING. You will be provided tools and strategies to accept what is out of your control, and commit to actions that are in line with your values. The goal is not to take away painful experiences, but to find beauty with the ups and downs of life.

Facilitator: Dianna Quach, PhD.

KEEP CALM &

BE HERE NOW

Time:

3:00-4:00pm

Weeks 1-10

Location:

Murray’s Place (2nd Floor)

Dr. Ginger Villareal Armas will share practices for increasing mental focus, which could also help you reduce unnecessary suffering, recover more quickly from difficulties, and increase daily productivity.Develop a consistent mindfulness and self-compassion practice so that you can increase your mental focus. Mindfulness and self-compassion could also help you reduce unnecessary suffering, recover more quickly from difficulties, and increase daily productivity.

Facilitator:

Ginger Villareal Armas, PhD

DE-STRESS WITH BIOFEEDBACK

@ THE ZONE

Time:

2:30-3:30pm

Weeks 3-6

Location:

The Zone, Price Center

Get a free one-on-one biofeedback demonstration by a Wellness Peer Educator! Learn about biofeedback, deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation techniques that all help to reduce stress. Check out The Zone calendar for info ont his and other free wellness programs.

Facilitator:

Dr. Patrick Savaiano & Wellness Peer Educators

Go to: zone.ucsd.edu

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MINDFULNESS FOR DAILY LIVING

Time:

3:00-4:00pm

Weeks 2-10

Location:

Student Health Services, Murray’s Place (2nd Floor)

Mindfulness meditation has been shown to be effective for reducing stress, anxiety, depression and increasing a sense of inner peace and contentment. Dr. Elise Curry has maintained a daily meditation practice for 16 years and attended professional training programs for mindfulness.

Facilitator:

Elise Curry, Psy.D.

MINDFULNESS FOR DAILY LIVING

Time:

3:00-4:00pm

Weeks 2-10

Location:

CAPS Central Office, Galbraith Hall 190

Dr. Sochanvimean Vannavuth and a CAPS Wellness Peer Educator, will provide an introduction to relaxation and mindfulness, knowledge for increasing your understanding of flourishing via social connections and self-compassion, and guidance for how you could improve self-care.

Facilitator:

Sochanvimean Vannavuth, Ph.D.

KEEP CALM &

BE HERE NOW

Time:

3:00-4:00pm

Weeks 1-10

Location:

Murray’s Place (2nd Floor)

Develop a consistent mindfulness and self-compassion practice so that you can increase your mental focus. Mindfulness and self-compassion could also help you reduce unnecessary suffering, recover more quickly from difficulties, and increase daily productivity.

Facilitator:

Ginger Villareal Armas, PhD