SWBC Speaker Series 2018-19 RSVP: July 27th - Natacha Foo Kune, PhD
Join us for the Student Wellbeing Collaborative Speaker Series, through which we make elevate topics in student health, facilitated by UW experts.

Facilitated by Natacha Foo Kune, PhD, Director of the Counseling Center. Talk will be held Friday, July 27th, 9-10:30AM, Alder Auditorium.

**Learning objectives**
- Glean useful information from all, including "negative" emotions
-Learn ways to process through emotions
- Discuss ways to support students who are struggling with emotions

**Description**
Emotions are an incredibly helpful but misunderstood resource. All emotions, including those we think of as “negative,” actually provide us with valuable information, helping us understand ourselves, make better decisions, and improve memory and learning. This talk will teach you how to process through emotions in a helpful way.

**Speaker bio**
Natacha Foo Kune is the director of the Counseling Center on campus. As a psychologist, she helped countless students cope with their emotions, and even thrive because of them. Her passion is to work with students who feel that they are straddling two or more worlds due to cultural and queer identities. She is particularly interested in ways socialization and colonization impact mental health.

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