Workshops and Presentations

We would love to work with you to create or present a workshop or presentation. We can even provide information on a topic if you would like to make your own.  If you are not sure on what you would like to discuss, we will work with you to define a specific topic and then decide (together) who would be the best “provider”.
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Please make your request at least two weeks in advance so that we can be fully prepared.

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Popular subjects

Dispelling myths about what anger really is and isn’t; introduction to alternative methods to manage stress and de-escalate conflict

Basic introduction to assertiveness and practice using simple models for meeting individual needs and resolving/managing conflict

Overview of what our department offers

Interactive presentation tailored to group needs

What are characteristics of healthy relationships and what are the danger signs or “red flags” for unhealthy ones?


How to survive and cope

An interactive session focused on what motivates people and how to harness those characteristics to improve performance

 Common types of avoidant behaviors and what to do to overcome the barriers

Coping with demands; review of environmental, physical, emotional, and intellectual tools to survive and thrive

Learn the steps and strategies to identify and assist students in need from your role as a faculty or staff member. This mental well-being focused STEP UP! training provides you an opportunity to practice these techniques and to address questions regarding helping students of concern.

*Co-presented with a Wellness Coordinator in the Miner Wellness Department


Learn the steps, strategies, barriers, and techniques to help a friend in need. This mental well-being focused STEP UP! training can help you figure out how to best talk to someone who you may be concerned for.

*Offered by the Miner Wellness Department

student request

Coping with performance anxiety related to academic success


Click here for a recorded presentation and resources on test anxiety.