Counseling and Psychological Services offers workshops on a variety of topics during fall and spring semesters at WSU Pullman. These one-time workshops are co-sponsored by Coug Health and ASCC. These workshops are open to the general student population. Students do not need to be a client at Counseling and Psychological Services to attend a workshop. Find workshop times and reserve your spot using the links below.
- Healthy Relationships: Understand what constitutes both a healthy relationship and an unhealthy relationship. Learn ways to communicate with others in order to facilitate a more healthy relationship.
- Living with Grief & Loss: If you have experienced a recent loss and are feeling sad and having trouble focusing because of the loss, please join us to gain a better understanding of grief and ways to cope.
- Stress Management: This workshop is beneficial for everyone, as we all experience stress at times in our life. Learn techniques to manage stress, including relaxation techniques and breathing techniques.
- Test Anxiety: Test anxiety is a specific anxiety that arises just prior to and/or during taking a test. Although we all may feel nervous during exams, test anxiety can create such physiological arousal that it impacts our ability to remember material we have studied. Learn concrete ways that you can use to prepare for exams and while taking exams in order to reduce this form of anxiety.
For more information, contact Counseling and Psychological Services.
We are committed to serving the mental health needs of students. This includes reaching out to students, faculty and staff through consultations, interactive workshops, presentations during class lectures, trainings and other educational formats. We take requests for educational programs from students, faculty and staff with a minimum of two weeks’ notice.
We can provide presentations on a wide range of topics including time management, stress management, relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, transitioning to college, body image and eating disorders, grief and loss, cultural diversity, counseling services, and more. Once a program is confirmed, a counseling center staff member will be assigned to work with you to tailor the program to the specific needs of the targeted audience.
You can request a presentation for your group through this form: Counseling Outreach Request Form.
You can also request a presentation on topics such as sexual decision making and consent, alcohol and drug use from WSU Alcohol & Drug Counseling, Assessment and Prevention Services (ADCAPS).