Stressed? Remember to Be Mindful.

The holidays are coming – not to mention exams, planning and registering for spring term, and the rest of your life. Consider taking the time to make it all a bit less stressful. This recent article, featured in the Child Mind Institute on being mindful, is a good starting point.

And if your stress is bubbling over, come to the Counseling Services office at your nearest campus and set up a time to talk with someone.

Managing Day-to-Day Stress

Want to relieve the stress in your life?  Wish you could learn new strategies to handle stress?  Student Life and the Family Resource Center invite you to this lunch and learn program, which will be presented by Margo Riddle from StressNovant Healthcare.  She will share information about how stress affects our bodies, and she will help us identify the warning signs of stress.  Participants will also learn tips for easing the stress in our lives.

A light lunch will be served.

Time:  12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Date:  Thursday, October 30, 2014

Location: Hall 215 (the second floor of the CPCC bookstore building)

Say “Yes!” to Less Stress

Start off strong this semester by getting information about managing stress and anxiety. Stop by the Counseling Services information table for tips on stress management, handling test anxiety, time management and other helpful topics. Food will be providedStress by Student Life.All events are sponsored by P-CAP (Personal Counseling Assistance Program).

Harper Campus

When: Thursday, Jan. 26, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: Harper Campus, 3rd floor entrance by Security Office

Harris Campus

When: Wednesday, Feb. 1, 10 a.m. – noon
Where: Harris I Atrium