Student Counseling Center Workshop Registrations for Spring 2023

The SCC workshops Mindful Coping and Wise Mind are 3-session gatherings designed for you to learn and practice new skills through psychoeducational information and experiential exercises. They are facilitated by SCC staff, including counselors from the Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology and the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling.

If you are interested in registering for a workshop, please help us learn a bit about you and indicate which workshop you will attend. All of the workshops offered this spring will be online via Zoom (live and interactive).
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Mindful Coping
The Mindful Coping Workshop aims to increase awareness of our mind and body, gain understanding of our experiences, and help us move our lives in a more fulfilling direction. We will use experiential exercises, conceptual tools of mindfulness, and journaling throughout the sessions to help provide a variety of tools for you to cope with life stress. Participation in all 3 sessions is strongly recommended as it will allow you to gain a complete experience which helps develop a thorough understanding of mindful coping tools.
Wise Mind
Wise Mind will provide you with skills to recognize and manage strong emotions you may be experiencing. This workshop stems from the concepts of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), focusing on Core Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, and Emotion Regulation. Students report the most benefit from this workshop comes from practice of the exercises in between sessions and after the group has ended. The purpose of the Wise Mind workshop is not designed to get rid of unpleasant emotions. Although emotions can be occasionally unpleasant and/or difficult, they can actually be helpful and motivating. Our hope is that this 3-session series can provide you with a starting point from which to integrate these skills into your daily life.   
Name *
Preferred email address (for the purpose of registration confirmation, zoom link, and reminders): *
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Please share your major/program. For undergraduate students, if you have not identified a major, please list College of Arts and Sciences.
We would like to communicate openly with you before you register: (1) SCC workshops are not therapy sessions and do not constitute mental health treatment. (2) Your participation in SCC workshops will not be part of your mental health record. (3) SCC workshops provide confidential space for students with the following rare exceptions to confidentiality, including (a) when there is clear and imminent danger to self or others; (b) when there is suspected abuse of a child or vulnerable adult. If disclosure of confidential information does become necessary, whenever possible, we will discuss with you any action that is being considered. (4) SCC workshops are not designed for urgent concerns. If you are in crisis or need immediate support, please call the SCC 24/7 Support & Crisis Line at (503)352-2999 or contact the SCC to schedule a counseling appointment at (503) 352-2191 or *
Workshop dates and times for Spring 2023 *
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