Workshops
MYECC ASK EL CAMINO APPLY

Classroom Workshops 

Student Health Services is pleased to partner with faculty and staff to offer Classroom Workshops for students throughout the semester.  Popular Topics include:

  • Overview of Student Health Services
  • Stress Management
  • Time Management
  • Avoiding Burnout/Self-care
  • Helping a Friend
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Sleep Hygiene
  • Healthy Eating
  • Culture Shock/Reverse Culture Shock (great for international students and students going abroad)

If you feel your students would benefit from a Classroom Workshop on one of these topics or another of your own interest, please fill out Online Request Form.  Staff psychologist, Victoria Kwon, Ph.D. will respond within 2 business days.  Feel free to email her at vkwon@elcamino.edu  with any questions.  A minimum of 2 weeks notice for workshops is requested.  We may be able to accommodate an earlier request depending on staff availability.    

 

Campus Wide Workshops

Our Current SPRING 2018 Workshops

WW Spring 2018   

Wellness Wednesdays Series

Presented by Dr. Victoria Kwon

3/7 - Test Anxiety: Do essays, short answer and multiple-choice exams make you sweat? Come learn how to perform your best.

4/4 - The New Stress Management: New and old ways to beat stress.

5/2 - Healthy Relationships: Are they mad at me? Should I call/text them back? Learn about satisfying relationships and how to have them.

5/30 - Helping a Friend: Ways to help a friend in distress while also caring for you.

Non WW Workshops

Hot New Workshops

2/27 – Sleep Hygiene: Simple tips to getting a good night’s sleep.

Presented by Dr. Alann Dingle

3/21 – Trauma Resilience: Healthy (vs. unhealthy) ways to deal with traumatic events.

Presented by Dr. LaFaune Gordon

4/24 – The Science of Happiness: Strategies for increasing happiness and well-being.

Presented by Dr. Ruth Taylor

5/10 - Substance Abuse: What you don’t know about drugs and their impact.

Presented by Dr. Jan Schaeffer

 

JPEG Trauma Group

New Trauma Recovery Support Group:

(Spring Semester 2018) Every Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m 
Location: Student Services Center - Conference Room 106