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Division of Student Affairs

Stress GPS Workshop

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Workshop Schedule

Registration for workshops can be accessed through the ETSU Calendar, keyword:  stress.

(To request an alternative date for a workshop or to schedule another prsentation for your student organization, academic class or department, or email:  )

 

Stress GPS, Part I
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
10-11:30

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to Student Affairs student workers (FWS, APS, GAs). Please register.

Stress GPS, Part I
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
1-2:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to Student Affairs student workers (FWS, APS, GAs). Please register.

Stress GP\S, Part II
Tuesday, January 29
4-5:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to Student Affairs student workers who have already completed Part I.  Please register.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
4-5:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to all. Approved for Psych Speaker series.Please register.

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

10-11:30A

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to Student Affairs student workers (FWS, APS, GAs).  Other students may attend with permission  ccoutreach@etsu.edu, space permitting.  Please register.

Monday, February 18, 2019

11A-12:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to Student Affairs student workers (FWS, APS, GAs).  Other students may attend with permission, ccoutreach@etsu.edu space permitting.  Please register.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

4-5:30P

Nell Dossestt Hall, Room 101

Open to all who have previously attended Stress GPS, Part I. Approved for Psych Speaker series. Please register.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

4-5:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to all. Approved for Psych Speaker series. Please register.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

4-5:30P

Nell Dossett Hall, Room 101

Open to all who have previously taken both Part I & II. Approved for Psych Speaker series. Please register.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

4-5:30P

Nell Dossett Hall,

Room 101

Open to all. Approved for Psych Speaker series. Please register.

 

Stress GPS I Learning Objectives (50-minute workshop)

  1. Learn the difference between eustress and distress, as well as the connection between stress and performance.
  2. Identify fight/flight/freeze response
  3. Use scaling to quantify personal level of stress.
  4. Recognize personal stress triggers and identify signs of stress in self and others.
  5. Use a  technique for  identifying emotions in order to cope with stress.
  6. Practice one self-soothing skill (five-finger relaxation).
  7. Discuss one self-management skill (block scheduling).
  8. Learn and use active listening/healthy venting.
  9. Identify steps in problem solving.
  10. Understand the role of humor in stress management and smile/laugh at least once during the presentation.
  11. Learn the importance of gratitude and practice it to strengthen resiliency.
  12. Understand the role of social connection in stress management and participate in group activities.
  13. List three campus resources for seeking help.
  14. Reflect on personal insights about stress.
  15. Generate one new potential action-oriented step that will help with stress management.
  16. Receive resources for future learning.

Stress GPS I Additional Learning Objectives (80-minute workshop)

  1. Create a pros/cons list to assist with problem solving.
  2. Recognize and use assertive communication.

Stress GPS II Learning Objectives (80 minute workshop)

  1. Review and use scaling to evaluate personal stress.
  2. Review and use active listening/healthy venting.
  3. Generate a solution to a current problem using structured problem solving.
  4. Identify common negative stress-inducing thoughts.
  5. Understand and use cognitive reappraisal.
  6. Identify personal values and use to prioritize goals and objectives.
  7. Generate one new potential action-oriented step.

Stress GPS III Learning Objectives (80 minute workshop)

  1. Identify current stressors.
  2. Clarify related emotions.
  3. Check current self-narratives.
  4. Complete VIA Character Strengths Profile.
  5. Recognize basic concepts in Character Strengths Theory
  6. Differentiate between over and under-used strengths.
  7. Reflect on compatibility of strengths and academic/vocational goals.
  8. Identify personal insight.
  9. Generate one new potential action-oriented step.

 

 

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