HACC Students

Spring 2020 College-wide Wellness Events

Let's take some time to CONNECT! Join Dr. Angela Campbell by ZOOM

Friday, March 27th - Workshop # 1 Helping your Remote Life by Shifting into the Positive!
Students will walk away able to recognize and apply tools that will help them shift from negative thinking to positive thinking thus making their extended time in isolation better.
 

Friday, April 3rd - Workshop # 2 Building Healthy Relationships - Emotional Connections
Students will walk away being able to describe how they can give and receive emotional support, with the potential of making intimate relationships better.
 

Friday, April 10th - Workshop # 3 Building Healthy Relationships - Stress, Emotional Disengagement, Chaos and Control 
Students will walk away recognizing what types of external factors cause stress and tools that will help them deal with external stressors.

Students will be able to identify ways people disengage from or no longer care for one another and discover behavioral tools to move towards engagement.

 

These are tools we all could use so Join Me on Fridays!

Thank you!
Please see the link below.

Join URL: https://hacc.zoom.us/j/716786648  

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Event: Workshop: I’ll be happy when…..
Dates: Feb. 4 from 11 a.m.-noon or Feb. 6 from 1-2 p.m. 
Location: Leader 139
Join me for an interactive exploration of how you can begin to impact your own happiness and influence those around you. Leave this workshop with a list of ideas to start implementing immediately. Follow up goal setting and consultation appointments with an academic counselor will be offered.


Event: Bystander Intervention Booth @ Disable the Label
Date: March 23 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Location: Glatfelter community Room, Cytec Building
Student Access Services will host the Disable the Label event with various interactive learning opportunities for participants to better understand the impact of living with a disability. Find the Bystander Intervention booth to learn more about the role you can play in addressing situations you deem problematic. Thinking through scenarios and identifying ways you can respond to situations increases the likelihood of a positive result for both the victim and your community. We are all responsible for creating the community we want to live in.

 

Campaign: Cure Stigma Day
Date: April 8
Location: Various Help support campus community members who are impacted by mental illness. Stigma leads to shame, fear, and silence. Stigma impacts early diagnosis of mental illness and delays treatment. Become a change agent who works toward containing and curing stigma. Students, faculty, and staff will be encouraged to wear green. There will be support stickers and pins for people to wear.

Learn more about stigma and take a pledge to be stigma free.

 

Workshop: Stress Less
Date: April 29 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 
Location: TBD – email sablanch@hacc.edu for details Students are invited to rotate around the room at different sit-down stations where they will have the opportunity to learn about and practice coping strategies to combat stress and anxiety. Fill your coping toolbox to be ready for finals!

Pets and Stress Relief (pdf)
Feb. 18, Noon – 1p.m.
https://hacc.zoom.us/my/professorbowers 

  • What is stress? 
  • How can pets help us deal with stress? 
  • Show & tell us about YOUR pets

Presented by:
Professor Gina M. Bowers
Counselor for Virtual Learning, featuring Mango and Doodle

 

Suicide Prevention - Gina M. Bowers, M.Ed., LPC
March 2020 Suicide Prevention Virtual Activities

 


Managing Stress (pdf)
March 19: Noon – 1p.m.
https://hacc.zoom.us/my/professorbowers

  • What is it
  • How to identify it
  • How to deal with it



Cure the Stigma Week
April 6 - 10
Virtual faculty will be invited to post a Cure the Stigma logo in their online class. We will share links to websites about mental health in the Student Resource and Lounge ( SRCL) https://www.curestigma.org/

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