Workshops & Support Spaces
Facilitated workshops are opportunities for students to identify coping strategies and find new resources to address a specific topic.
Workshops are engaging, classroom-like group opportunities where students are introduced to useful information on a particular topic and provided with an opportunity to better understand the topic experientially. Workshops give students a venue to learn and practice new coping strategies or skills. Some workshops are one only session while others involve multiple sessions. We can also offer some of our workshops as outreach programs around campus.
Spring 2024 Support Spaces (see Events calendar for additional information)
- Black Men Support Space
- Dream ND Support Space
- Stronger Together - International Support Space for Graduate Students
- Undergraduate International Support Space
- Grief & Loss Support Space
- Women+ in STEM Support Space
Spring 2024 Workshops (see Events calendar for additional information)
- Anxiety Toolbox Workshop
- Feel Better Fast: Help for Depression, Stress & Sleep
- The Everybody Project
- Healthy Relationships
- Mapping Your Nervous System
- Writing for Friendship
- The Penn Resiliency Program Workshops
All students are welcome to attend. You do not need to use any other University Counseling Center (UCC) service or attend Drop-In hours to come to a workshop.
Locations vary. Please consult the Events calendar for upcoming workshops.
No pre-registration required. Just show up!