The Center also holds psychoeducational workshops on various topics, such as career exploration and emotion regulation, throughout the year. Announcements will be made via website and e-mail to international students at SNU. Here are a few of our frequent psychoeducational workshop topics:
- Workshop Series for Your Thesis/Dissertation Journey seeks to help students writing their thesis/dissertation. It includes lectures on five major topics: Stress Management, Time Management, Writing Process, Academic Writing: Proposals and Literature Review, and Working with Your Advisor and Building Support Networks. (Interpersonal Effectiveness)
- Mindfulness Matters is a workshop for those feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Mindfulness involves enhancing awareness of your present surroundings. It has been a popular topic, especially in Psychology and Health, and recent studies have shown positive effects of practicing mindfulness, such as reduced stress, increased productivity and life satisfaction. This workshop helps you to learn to practice and cultivate mindfulness.
- The Pursuit of a Happy New Year is an End of the Year/ New Year program at CCLC. This workshop helps you to reflect on the past and prepare for the New Year with gratitude. Gratitude is known to benefit our minds, bodies, and relationships. Join the program to learn and practice gratitude.
- Emotional First-Aid Workshop is developed to help you learn healthy, easily adaptable ways to cope with everyday hurts. It targets students struggling with stress coping skills or anyone wishing to learn different coping strategies. Major topics include: Loneliness / Rumination / Failure / Self Esteem.
- Presentation Anxiety Workshop is geared to help students to understand why they feel anxious during presentations and develop strategies to overcome their anxiety.
- Combating Procrastination Workshop helps students to understand their procrastination habits and develop healthier work habits.
- Understanding Self through MBTI uses the MBTI test to help students explore their own personality.