Workshops and Groups
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and the Faculty Staff Help Center is sponsoring a series of lectures on various aspects of Mental Health:
Stress and Depression: Recognizing and Managing Stress & Depression in Yourself and Others
Presenter: Rosan Gomperts, Licensed Counselor and Social Worker, and Director of the Faculty & Staff Help Center
Rosan Gomperts will be speaking about recognizing the signs of stress and depression, ways to understand the difference between the two, and some tools to manage the symptoms of each of these experiences.
Bipolar Disorder – Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Family Involvement
Presenter: Terence Ketter, M.D., Director of Stanford University’s Bipolar Clinic
Come to a brown-bag workshop in honor of National Mental Health Awareness Month. Get information and answers to your questions.
In Our Own Voice: Living with and Overcoming the Challenges Posed by Mental Illness
Presented by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), the largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
Reservations strongly recommended! To RSVP, call 650-723-4577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grief Discussion Group
March - April 2013
This group is for anyone who has concerns regarding the loss of a family member, co-worker, or friend. The discussions will focus on the interests and concerns of the group members.
Codependency Discussion Group
March - June 2013
Codependency is defined as when someone becomes so preoccupied with someone else that they neglect themselves.
Men's Discussion Group
Ever wished you had some guys to talk about stuff that's going on?
Topics will include:
· Difficult relationships both at work and at home; Career/life transitions
· Recognizing and managing stress (changing expectations and pressure)
· Building & strengthening one's support system-staying connected
· Designing & defining the second half of life