Health Education Workshops
To support the physical and mental health of CSUSB students as well as students from San Francisco State University, during the Spring, 2021 semester the Student Health Center's Department of Health Promotion will again offer the weekly workshops "Time to De-Stress" and "Love Lab." Below is the schedule for both programs.
For questions or assistance please contact Albert Angelo, Senior Health Educator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Time to De-Stress 12-1 pm
February 4: Defining Stress
February 18: Better Time Management to Reduce Stress
February 25: Creating Healthy Boundaries to Reduce Stress
March 4: Learning Stress Reducing Test Taking Skills
March 11: Reducing Anxiety and Worry
March 18: Stress and the First-Generation College Student
March 25: Combatting Procrastination
April 8: Reducing Online Stress
April 15: De-Stressing Finances
April 22: Organizing for Stress Relief
April 29: Reducing Stress for Better Sleep
May 6: Stress and Transitions
This program provides tools for managing and eliminating stress in this climate of change. Live interactive feedback will provide answers to questions around managing stress.
Love Lab 12-1 pm
January 26: What is Love?
February 2: Practical Tips for Healthy Dating
February 9: Relationship Red Flags and Green Flags
February 16: When Relationships End: How to Cope and How to Heal
February 23: Building Intimacy in Relationships
March 2: Birth Control 101
March 9: Developing Skills for Better Communication
March 16: Dealing with Jealousy in Relationships
March 23: When a Partner Cheats: What to Do and What Not to Do
April 6: Combatting Sexism, Heterosexism, Homophobia, and Transphobia
April 13: Tips for Coming Out Proud
April 20: Addiction and Co-Dependency
April 27: HIV/AIDS and PREP
May 4: Helpful Tips Before Getting Married
Each presentation will cover a human sexuality-related topic such as building and maintaining healthy relationships, enhancing communication skills with a partner, or best practices when dating. Because this is a live program, students can ask questions via chat and/or send questions prior to the program to email@example.com to hear them answered during the presentation.
CSUSB students and SF State Students: visit this link to complete the presentation assessment form and receive attendance credit from participating faculty.
If you need a disability-related accommodation to participate in any of the scheduled programs, please contact Albert Angelo at least three business days in advance of the scheduled program at firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Credit Peer Health Education Presentations:
The peer health educators from the Student Health Center have created informative and fun health and wellness videos and are available on instagram at @csusb_pdc_phe or @csusb_phe or this YouTube link. Viewing the videos do not count for extra credit/class credit. For more information, contact Albert Angelo, Senior Health Educator, at email@example.com