Provided to the K-State Community
Counseling Services is committed to a campus environment that promotes and enhances human strength and positive mental health practices. In order to meet this commitment we provide presentations on timely topics. If you have questions please contact us (785)532-6927.
Want to feel happy and calm? Want to have the WISE MIND? Let us discuss and explore how we can build strong mind muscle through mindfulness.
A 2014 Marist Poll indicated that roughly 60% of Americans made New Year's Resolutions for 2014, however, more than 40% of those making such resolutions reported not being able to keep them after the first month. Change is a process, not an event. It typically involves more than simply making a resolution and hoping for the best. Join us for the first part of a three part series that looks at the change process. We will discuss the stages of change, setting effective goals, forces that can help or prevent you from making significant change, and ways to create longer-lasting results by strengthening intrinsic motivation.
As this is an interactive three part workshop, we are looking for students who are seriously interested in making positive changes in their lives.
Relationships are difficult for a number of reasons. In this workshop, we will discuss some key factors to navigate through challenges in relationships. We will also explore ways to build and maintain healthy relationships with yourself and others.
Feeling anxious about exams, papers, or other assignments? Come learn how to manage and cope with stress or anxiety related to academic assignments and performance. The presentation will highlight both short-term and long-term tips to help you improve productivity and perform your best.
College is hard enough sometimes. When we have conditions that make our college life experiences more challenging, it can be quite difficult to navigate through all the struggles. KSU Counseling Services and Student Access Center are presenting tips, support, and guidance to all students who strive to have successful college experiences.
Where did my phone go? Why is there someone sleeping on the sidewalk at 1 p.m.? Where am I? Why is there vomit everywhere? Why are there over 1000 law enforcement officials within a square block radius? OMG, why did I just send a drunk tweet professing my love for........... Those sound like Fake Patty's Day questions. Join us as we answer those questions and discuss much more to assist you in having an epic Fake Patty's Day; one that you can actually remember, and we don't mean by police reports, scars, and horrific stories that your friends tell you.
Any time individuals are attempting to make changes to their behaviors, it can be filled with ups and downs, temptations and triggers, but the change is in motion. In part two, we will review strategies introduced in part one and we will discuss that there are two "mindsets" that people adopt. These mindsets affect the goals people pursue; the responses they have to challenges; and their performance in school, work, and life.
Relationships, responsibilities, and obligations are a lot to juggle! Struggling to manage everything? This presentation will shed some light on why we experience stress, how to deal with it, and how we can best take care of ourselves in spite of it.
Letting Them Out of the Bottle
March 31, 2015, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., Leasure Hall 13
Emotions can sometimes be overwhelming. At times it may seem that emotions must be fully contained, or else they will become too overwhelming to handle. Join us in discussing ways to manage and address emotions.
A Presentation on Body Image
April 7, 2015, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., Leasure Hall 13
Did you know that four out of five women in the U.S. are unhappy with their appearance?* Join us as we define body image and explore ways to establish a more healthy relationship with your body.
Join us as we "weed" out the myths and the facts about marijuana and its effect on your brain.
There are obstacles ahead in the journey towards making lasting changes. It is possible to slip back into old habits, especially in that first 6 months. But fear not! We will explore strategies for reviewing and fine-tuning your goals, and then how to prepare yourself moving forward.
It takes more than just studying to successfully make it through finals week. Come to the Surviving Finals workshop and learn tips for retaining the information you study and ways to sustain mental wellness for your finals week.