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University Health Services' Mental Health Workshops


Each semester, University Health Services offers graduate and professional students workshops focused on mental health. Workshop topics include self-compassion, stress management, navigating difficult conversations, and overcoming perfectionism. The workshops will meet via Zoom.


Students can self-enroll via the registration links provided for each workshop on the website.


Spring 2024 Workshops

1st Wednesdays, 4:00 - 5:00pm


Date: 1/24
Topic: Stress Management

This workshop will enhance students’ understanding of stress and its impact, and help students develop immediate and long-term stress management skills.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=5b108340-d07e-4db6-8c24-cf6f1d088618


Date: 2/7
Topic: Overcoming Perfectionism

This workshop is for students who struggle with perfectionism. The workshop will enhance students’ understanding of the components of perfectionism and how to identify what it means to be a "perfectionist." This workshop will review two techniques designed to help students move from a "fixed" to a "growth" mindset.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=1f8d2763-93f2-481c-9319-daad1f47b080


Date: 2/21
Topic: Maintaining Motivation in Graduate & Professional School

Motivation is necessary to successfully navigate the various stages of completing a graduate/professional degree. The workshop will review several challenges to motivation and provide strategies for maintaining motivation in graduate and professional school.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=0ff56d6d-690a-4508-8d9d-2483dc1a0946


Date: 3/6
Topic: Self-Compassion

This is a workshop for students who want to understand what it means to be self-compassionate. The goal of the workshop is to enhance students’ understanding of self-compassion and introduce tools that will help them practice self-compassion. 

https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=d0196e42-0a79-419e-83b6-775da6ff4eb5


Date: 3/20
Topic: Navigating Difficult Conversations

Difficult conversations can occur in all relationships. The workshop will invite students to reflect on what makes some conversations difficult and review strategies designed to help students prepare for and engage in difficult conversations.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=e189b21e-2a0f-49f0-8ab6-68cf9348a425


Date: 4/3
Topic: Maintaining Motivation in Graduate & Professional School

Motivation is necessary to successfully navigate the various stages of completing a graduate/professional degree. The workshop will review several challenges to motivation and provide strategies for maintaining motivation in graduate and professional school.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=4e5625c9-07bd-4752-8398-568fc5093f53


 

3rd Thursdays, 11:00am - Noon


Date: 2/1
Topic: Self Compassion

This is a workshop for students who want to understand what it means to be self-compassionate. The goal of the workshop is to enhance students’ understanding of self-compassion and introduce tools that will help them practice self-compassion. 
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=93b0f0f7-f0fa-4200-be4d-d09fd890192e


Date: 2/15
Topic: Navigating Difficult Conversations

Difficult conversations can occur in all relationships. The workshop will invite students to reflect on what makes some conversations difficult and review strategies designed to help students prepare for and engage in difficult conversations.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=e67ba542-1566-4197-98e0-9aef50a37454


Date: 2/29
Topic: Stress Management

This workshop will enhance students’ understanding of stress and its impact, and help students develop immediate and long-term stress management skills. 
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=510cda15-036f-4f09-91fe-e1a416d2504


Date: 3/28
Topic: Overcoming Perfectionism 

This workshop is for students who struggle with perfectionism. The workshop will enhance students’ understanding of the components of perfectionism and how to identify what it means to be a "perfectionist." This workshop will review two techniques designed to help students move from a "fixed" to a "growth" mindset.
https://gradconnect.tamu.edu/register/?id=77714818-f2c4-4afc-891b-8761893676c5

Attending this event and completing the reflection in Canvas is worth 1 PDU towards a GRAD Aggies Professional Development Certificate for graduate & professional students. Be sure to follow the instructions of the facilitator to confirm your attendance. Students who are not on the attendance sheet or who do not attend the majority of the event will not receive GRAD Aggies credit. Visit grad-aggies.tamu.edu for more information.

To explore other GRAD Aggies sessions, visit the GRAD Aggies Calendar

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