Managing Pandemic Blues with Alice Wang
This workshop will provide an opportunity to connect with graduate students struggling with their mood regulation in the context of the pandemic. It will also offer strategies for coping with the particular challenges of this moment. Click here for the participation link.
Spring Virtual Coffee Hour with Eddie Burks
We invite graduate and professional students to connect with Grad Center staff and campus partners as we engage in our themed coffee hours. Additionally, we also invite students to come with questions and topics to help launch our discussion. On March 19 at 12:00 p.m., the Grad Center will have Eddie D. Burks from Counseling and Psychological Services cohost our coffee hour. Eddie will be talking about his role here at Penn, services offered within the department, and will also engage in a conversation centered on intentionally situating intersectionality as a coping strategy to manage stress and anxiety, while navigating different roles and spaces. Eddie is a Psychology Doctoral Intern / Clinician. Multiculturalism, intersectionality, and social justice embeds his clinical practice and clinical research. Born in Wisconsin and raised in Illinois, Eddie received his BA in Psychology from Roosevelt University Chicago, a MEd in Community Counseling from Loyola University Chicago, and a MA in Clinical Psychology from Adler University Chicago. Eddie is a candidate for the degree of Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in Chicago, IL. We encourage all students to submit any questions or topics before attending our event. You can submit your questions by clicking here. Click here for the participation link.
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