C.O.P.E. Workshops

Workshop Mini Series!

Short on time, but still want to develop a few coping strategies? Click the link below to watch 3 mini workshops that cover the following topics:

  • Getting Better Sleep 
  • Helping a Friend with Mental Health Concerns
  • Coping with Depression and Anxiety

To view these 10-minute workshops, click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL39p3BA4DPl5QSlEcf6uG0HA_uDinpohG

For additional mental health resources, please visit the Self-Help Resources tab on the left for more tips. You can also use our FREE and PRIVATE online therapy program, TAO! To do so, click "Sign-Up Self-Help" on the TAO widget towards the bottom of the screen. You MUST use your SHSU email address to register.


Helping Kats COPE Workshop Series - Spring 2022

CALM KATS

Learn how to develop a self-care routine and manage stress.

  • Mon, Feb 7th from 11 am-12 pm (LSC Rm 230B)
  • Thurs, Mar 31st from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 230A)

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS*

Join us as we discuss your rights in intimate relationships, healthy boundaries, relationship warning signs and important resources. New topics each week.

  • Every Tuesday from 12:30-1:30 pm
  • Feb 1st - Mar 29th (LSC-Rm 242) 

OVERCOMING TEST ANXIETY

Learn the causes of test anxiety and build skills to reduce it.

  • Wed, Mar 2nd from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 230B)
  • Tues, Apr 19th from 2-3 pm (LSC Rm 241)

QPR: SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

Becoming a certified Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper can help save a life!

  • Mon, Feb 28th from 11 am-12:30 pm (LSC Rm 241)
  • Thurs, Apr 7th from 1-2:30 pm (LSC Rm 242)

**Space is limited! Email Charlotte Jackson at ccb042@shsu.edu to register for this workshop. 

TAMING YOUR TEMPER

Identify what makes you angry and learn tips to regain control.

  • Mon, Mar 7th from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 230)
  • Thurs, Apr 21st from 11 am-12 pm (LSC Rm 242)

DIGITAL MINDFULNESS

Learn tips and tools to develop a healthier relationship with your devices and technology.

  • Thurs, Mar 3rd from 11 am-12 pm (LSC Rm 241A)
  • Wed, Apr 13th from 2-3 pm (LSC Rm 242)

MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION

Take a moment to breathe and refocus during this experiential workshop. Prior experience not required.

  • Wed, Feb 23rd from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 241A)
  • Tues, Mar 22nd from 2-3 pm (LSC Rm 241) 

TODAY, TOMORROW AND THREE YEARS FROM NOW

Learn goal setting strategies to evaluate your immediate, one, three and five-year goals and how to identify and accomplish them.

  • Thurs, Feb 24th from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 242)
  • Mon, Mar 28th from 11 am-12 pm (LSC 230) 

SURVIVING A BREAK-UP

The ending of a relationship can be a painful and confusing experience. Learn how to weather the storm with these helpful tips.

  • Thurs, Feb 17th from 12-1 pm (LSC Rm 242)
  • Tues, Apr 5th from 12-1 pm (LSC Rm 230A)

SELF-COMPASSIONATE LIVING

Learn ways to develop and practice self-compassion and how to be kinder to yourself.

  • Mon, Feb 14th from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 241)
  • Wed, Mar 9th from 1-2 pm (LSC Rm 242)

 

*Hosted by the Montgomery County Women’s Center. Some information may be collected for the program.

 

For more information, contact Michelle Haynes at mch033@shsu.edu or 936-294-1720.

 

Workshops will be in person and held at the Lowman Student Center (LSC) during Spring 2022.


Frequently Asked Questions

How are workshops different from traditional individual or group counseling?

  • With traditional forms of counseling, you meet one-on-one or in a small group setting to discuss your concerns. Traditional counseling can last anywhere from a few weeks to several years.
  • Workshops, on the other hand, are actually similar to many of the college classes that you are taking. Participants listen to an interactive presentation given by a therapist. This presentation teaches you practical ways to address many common problems.

How many people will be at the workshop?

  • Workshops typically have 1-2 presenters and up to 25 attendees.

I have a busy schedule. How long are workshops?

  • We know that your schedule is full of important commitments that you need to keep. That's why our workshops only last 1 hour and are offered several times throughout the semester.

I'm nervous about attending a workshop. Am I going to be forced to talk?

  • Given that workshops are similar to classes, you are not required to talk during the presentation. However, students who ask questions and who are actively engaged during the workshop tend to get more out of the experience.

How do I attend a workshop?

  • Just show up! No pre-registration or trip to the Counseling Center is required!
  • Each workshop is conveniently located at the Lowman Student Center (LSC). Specific dates, times, and LSC room numbers are listed on the flyer.