Psychology Clinic offers free mental wellness workshops
The Psychology Clinic at Georgia Southern University will offer a series of workshops designed to help individuals who live in Bulloch County and the surrounding counties with common concerns in everyday living. Each workshop addresses a specific topic and will be led by graduate students in the Clinical Psychology master’s degree program under the supervision of a licensed counselor.
All workshops will take place in the Paul F. Carroll Building, Room 2272.
The series begins with ‘Beating the Winter Blues” on Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 5-6:30 p.m. Topics include learning to recognize when the ‘blues” become a more serious depression; simple things anyone can do to improve their mood; and excellent self-help tactics and resources will be among the topics presented.
The second workshop, ‘Stress Mastery,” will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27, from 5-6:30 p.m. Stress is an inevitable and sometimes overwhelming problem for many people in today’s world. This workshop will help participants learn to identify and reduce stressors, and how to manage stressors that are unavoidable.
‘Spring Cleaning: a Guide to Organizing Your Life” will be presented Tuesday, March 6, from 5-6:30 p.m. Getting rid of unwanted items and organizing the things you want to keep is a challenge for many. This workshop will focus on making the needed decisions and seeking support from friends and family in doing so.
The final workshop will be Tuesday, April 10, from 5-6:30 p.m. It is titled ‘The Worry Cure” and is based on the self-help book of the same title. Presenters will review the author’s Seven Steps to help reduce worry and to lead a life free of unnecessary anxiety.
While these workshops are free to the public, they are limited to the first 12 participants who call. Spaces may be reserved by calling the Georgia Southern Psychology Clinic at 912-871-1685.