Virtual Mental Health Workshops & Events

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During unique times like these, it is important to take extra time to take care of ourselves. Our counselors are providing various virtual events to help students adapt to current events.

Healing and Wellness Workshops

For All UC Berkeley Students

Support Connecting to an Off-Campus Mental Health Provider

  • Every Tuesday, 4:15-5pm
  • Last Workshop Date: Tuesday, July 28
  • Zoom Link
    Meeting ID: 995 4463 1037
  • With Alyssa Panyawai, LCSW
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Are you looking to connect with either a therapist or psychiatrist in the community for ongoing care? Have you moved out of state or out of the country and are unsure how to utilize your SHIP bene ts for mental health?

This workshop is for students who need support connecting to a provider o -campus and will be useful for both students with SHIP or with other insurance plans.

*Please note that students will be required to provide their student ID number to the facilitator using the private chat function



Healing and Wellness

For Specific Communities

For API Students

(South Asian, Southeast Asian, East Asian, Pacific Islanders, Mixed/multiethnic Asians)

Grief and Self-Compassion Workshop

Wednesday, July 22, 4pm-5:30pm

Zoom Meeting Link

  • Meeting ID: 505 746 9014
  • Password: 50525


Description:
This year has brought different kinds of uncertainties, challenges, grief, and losses. Some might be familiar while others might not based on cultural context and history. The goal of the workshop is to explore how grief, losses, and continuous adjustments as a result of COVID-19 are affecting API students. The second part of the workshop will be two-fold, (a) to explore how API students experiences intersect with the sociopolitical climate and (b) barriers/challenges to practicing self-and other compassion and solidarity building in the times of loss of normalcy, changing sociopolitical climate and shelter-in-place. The workshop will be didactic and interactive.

 

For Education Opportunity Program Students

Please register for the EOP workshops below. Zoom link for both.

The Hidden Cost of Anxiety on Academic Success

Monday August 3, 2:15pm-3:30pm  
Facilitators: Andrea Godinez, AM & Veronica Orozco, PhD
In this workshop, you will learn how anxiety is manifested, ways in which it can impact one's ability to function academically, and learn strategies and resources to cope with anxiety.

Zoom Information for "The Hidden Cost of Anxiety on Academic Success"

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Mindful Relationships: Rewiring the Brain and Practical Tools 

Wednesday, July 22nd 1:15-2:30pm

Facilitator: Cynthia Medina, PhD

In this interactive workshop, students will learn about the art and science of mindfulness and the brain and practical tools to integrate mindfulness into one’s life and relationships. This workshop will highlight five brain-based ways in which practicing mindfulness can benefit relationship skills and produce happier, more connected, satisfying relationships. Students will learn how to use mindfulness to practice being present + attentive, regulating emotions, being self-aware, and cultivating empathy + compassion.

For International Students and Students with International Backgrounds

Community Forum

Cancelled. The law requiring International students to attend in-person classes has been reversed. For health resources, see our International Students page.