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The UCC provides a variety of workshops throughout the year. Workshops are held at the UCC or on campus in collaboration with other campus departments/offices. Workshops will begin in August 2018.

What’s the difference between group therapy and attending a workshop?

Workshops are offered in partnership with campus providers and are held in locations across campus. Students do not need referrals to attend workshops, and they do not become part of your treatment records at the UCC.

Spring 2019 Workshops

Surviving and Thriving with ADHD
Center for Student Wellbeing

Spring Series: Jan 23 – April 17 (No meeting the week of Spring Break)

This workshop series will focus will on strategies for improving work completion, time management, and organization, as well as touching on cognitive behavioral and mindfulness interventions. A verified diagnosis of ADHD is not required for this workshop; any interested student is welcome!  No referral is necessary and attendance is not mandatory, although you will get the most benefit if you make a commitment to attend all sessions in the series.  If you have previously participated in Surviving and Thriving with ADHD, you are invited to attend again, as it can be beneficial to hear the information more than one time.  Please call (615) 322-2571 and ask for Frances for more information about this workshop.

The Psychology of Peak Performance
Center for Student Wellbeing

Spring Series: Friday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

February 22 Session 1: Perfectionism and “Imposter Syndrome”

March 1 Session 2: Motivation, Mindset & Effective Goal Setting

March 15 Session 3: Performing under Pressure, Fighting Procrastination & Increasing Efficiency

April 5 Session 4: Managing Conflict and Relationships

April 19 Session 5: Finding Work/Life Balance


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