Increase self awareness, build relationship skills, manage crisis situations, and better control your emotions! Hall Health offers a series of skill building courses for students and faculty.
Learn how to survive a difficult time without making things worse! These skills will teach ways to manage crisis situations through distracting, self-soothing, and improving the moment.
Don't let your emotions control your life! In this course, you will gain a better understanding of your emotions and how they work. You will learn how to reduce emotional vulnerability and increase positive emotional events.
Improve your relationships and become more assertive! These skills will teach you how to express your feelings and ask for what you want from others, and to learn how to say no, when the occasion calls for it. You will learn ways to maintain your relationships as well as your self-respect.
Mindfulness is integrated into each course. Increase your sense of self-awareness. Increase your sense of self-awareness and gain control over your mind! In this course, you will learn techniques for observing and accepting the current moment in a non-judgmental way. These skills are taught during the first three weeks of each of the first three courses.
The format of these courses will be similar to a class. You will be expected to complete weekly assignments in which you will practice the skills that have been presented. Throughout the course you will get feedback and coaching on the use of your skills.
If you would like to enroll in these courses, please ask for a referral from your Hall Health therapist or medical provider.
If you are a UW student, staff or faculty member who is interested in this course, but are not currently followed by a Hall Health therapist or medical provider, please contact the mental health clinic for an appointment at 206-543-5030.
NOW ACCEPTING PARTICIPANTS: Course 2: Emotion Regulation
* You are invited to participate in any or all of the above courses.