Our workshops are designed to improve your academic and personal success at SJSU.
Workshops are a great way for students to connect with peers, learn new skills and strategies, and grow both emotionally and educationally! We offer an extensive variety of workshops around the most important issues and challenges that students face.
We offer the Bronze, Silver and Gold level certificates (all FREE!). Participate in any 3 sessions and receive a Bronze Certificate, 6 sessions will gain a Silver Certificate and 9 sessions will gain a Gold Certificate.
Go directly to SJSU events web page (http://events.sjsu.edu/) to register for a workshop by clicking on the "start registration" buttons below. Space is limited and workshops with low registration may be cancelled. We will accept walk-ins if space is available.
These workshops are for SJSU students only and are wheelchair accessible. If you need other accommodations, please contact: Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Wellness Center, Room 300B (third floor), 408-924-5910, www.sjsu.edu/counseling.
There may be a few changes or additions, so come back often to see the most up to date schedule.
Life Skills Workshop Evaluation
Healthy Relationships: Mon. May 2nd, 2016 | 3:30 - 5 pm
Ups, Downs, and Endings of Relationships |SWC 375
We will cover the stages of a relationship, characteristics of each of these stages, and tips on how to navigate each of the stages. We will also cover the end of a relationship - how to decide when to leave a relationship, tips on how to break-up, and tips on how to survive a break-up. Newcomers are welcome to attend! Facilitators: Amanda Walters & Liang Liao
Yoga & Meditation Wed. May 4th| 5 - 7 pm
| SWC 122A & B
Join us for yoga, meditation, and relaxation before finals week. Facilitators: Dianna Quach & Polina Shamariyeva
Finding Happiness in a Stressful World Tues. May 10th, 2016 | 11 am - 12 pm
| SWC 122A & B
Join me for a positive spin on the old "stress management" workshop! Why talk about stress when we can talk about how to enjoy life and be happy? Facilitator: Cynthia Medina
Other Life Skills Workshops offered include the following:
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Finding Happiness in a Stressful World
Unfortunately, just "trying to be happy" doesn't work. Instead, learn strategies to
manage stress and build more experiences of happiness and meaning into your life.
Healthy Relationships: Myths and Taboos This first workshop in the series on Healthy Relationships will cover Myths and Taboos
in the realm of relationships.
Achieving a Work-Life-School Balance Are you having trouble managing all the various priorities in your life? Learn how
to thrive and not just survive.
Top Habits of Productive People
Ever wonder why some people are more successful than others? The answer is simple
- they all have similar habits that help them become successful. Attend this workshop
to discover some of these highly effective yet extremely easy habits and incorporate
them in your own lives!
Healthy Relationships: Healthy and Unhealthy Conflict Learn more about Healthy and Unhealthy Conflict in Relationships.
Communication & Assertiveness
Improve your communication skills with professors, employers, family and friends.
Learn how to speak assertively when expressing yourself to others.
Old bad habits die hard...until you’ve mastered the ‘Habit Loop’. Based on the bestseller by Charles Duhigg, this workshop will empower you to develop effective productive habits and stay motivated. Learn small habits that will go a long way to help you succeed.
Healthy Relationships: Communication and Expectations in Relationships This workshop will explore the many facets of roles and expectations in communication.
Mindfulness for Beginners
Learn a number of mind-body self-regulatory skills designed to improve concentration and decrease reactivity to distressing thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations.
Healthy Relationships: Surviving Relationships Understand the natural course of romantic relationships, and learn about how to recognize when a relationship may not be working and how you might effectively end it.
Navigating SJSU on a Budget Learn about free and low cost resources on campus and in the community for food, healthcare, vision/dental care, counseling, legal services and more. Gain and share tips and strategies for surviving and thriving in college with limited financial resources.
GENERATE: Communication and Assertiveness
Improve your communication skills with professors, employers, family and friends. Learn how to speak assertively when expressing yourself to others.
Body Image for a Diverse Population
Please join us for this fun, interactive, and informative workshop for everyone! We
will be exploring our personal and cultural beliefs about body image, deconstructing
how we have come to have these beliefs, and identifying ways to feel good about your
body and establish a healthy body image.
Control Your Finances with a Spending Plan
One of the first steps to financial security is planning and following through on a personal spending plan or budget. Budgeting is about choices—choosing how to make money and choosing how to spend money.
Does your spending reflect your values? Do you know where your money is going? This
workshop will offer tools for managing your money and taking hold of your financial future.
Learn the basics of mindfulness - a practice of paying attention non-judgmentally
to the present moment - and how this practice can be used to help you live a fuller,
more connected and present life.
Managing Your Debt
This workshop is designed to help students better understand budgeting, responsible
borrowing, and successful repayment strategies as well as many other aspects of effective
Healthy Relationships: Communication and Expectations
How do we communicate our expectations in relationships? What sort of factors influence
our expectations? How can we show our loved ones that we are really listening to what
they are saying? How can we effectively apologize when we make a mistake? What are
the "love languages" that mean the most to us? And how can we talk about sex within
our relationships? Newcomers to this workshop series are welcome to attend!
Sleep Better Feel Better
Sleeping better always seems to be a priority for all of us, but what things can we actually do to help us get higher quality sleep? Join us for our workshop on sleep hygiene to learn how sleep can affect our general well-being as well as get tips on how to rest well in order to live well!