“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation.” - Audre Lorde
College is challenging enough on its own. The addition of a global pandemic, which requires drastic changes to the way we live can make life feel unbearable at times. Student Health Services invites you to join us for our fall Self-Care workshop series, where we will discuss the challenges students continue to face, and identify practical, self-care strategies.
Presented by Dr. Kenneth Spears of Student Health Services
Participation in this virtual workshop is open to whomever attends. In order to maintain a safe and secure virtual environment, it is essential that each participant honor confidentiality and not reveal private information discussed by others during the workshop to non-participants.
The Zoom meeting for this workshop meets HIPAA standards of encryption and privacy protection, but we cannot guarantee privacy.
*Limits of Confidentiality: All psychologists in Student Health Services are mandated reporters in the State of California. Mandated reporters are individuals who are mandated by law to report the following: reasonable suspicion of child, dependent adult, or elder abuse, and/or serious intent or threat to harm self or others. The psychologists in Student Health Services are NOT mandated to report Title IX violations.
This workshop does not provide emergency mental health services. If you are experiencing an emergency situation, please go to the nearest emergency room, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.TALK (8255).
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