Online Spring 2020 “Groups”
Hello! Please find below our new digital “group” weekly offerings for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Check out the descriptions and information for signing up below.
Missed out on signing up for the earlier weeks? We have you covered! Scroll down each group to access the archived content, organized by week of release.
Dr. Sonja Johansson and Dr. Pooja Datta are bringing their weekly Mindful Monday workshop online!
If you sign up, you will receive a weekly email every Monday with a selected “playlist” of meditations that we would otherwise be leading you through directly in the room. These carefully selected YouTube or clip playlists will run from 35-45 minutes in total length. Sign up here: https://forms.gle/zHdQgEdF8MpKKu4PA
This weekly email blast is designed for students who would like continued support around coping with trauma. The purpose of the content each week is to provide members with tips for coping skills and psychoeducation. Your email will remain anonymous and you will receive weekly emails until May 18th. Enter your email here to be added to this listserv: https://forms.gle/7wttXjNeeq2CDbNt5
Our relationship with food, exercise, and our body can be complicated. With the added stress of the current climate, learning to accept and take care of ourselves can be especially challenging. Whether you are working to increase feelings of self-acceptance, to recovery from an eating disorder, or to learn about adaptive coping skills and helpful resources, please sign up if you’re interested in receiving CAPS’s weekly email, Recovering While Remote: https://forms.gle/CwmToj13YgCuQ8D3A
As we all engage in social distancing to take care of one another and to do our part in decreasing the spread of COVID-19, feelings of loneliness can inevitably come up for all of us. Social activity is an important part of all our lives and is linked to positive mental health. We are, after all, social creatures, and relationships play a central role in our well-being. We recognize how difficult it can be to uphold this essential part of life when we are physically isolating from one another. With the “Social Belonging” weekly email blasts, we hope to provide a valuable resource for the Georgetown community to explore how to healthfully maintain social connection during this challenging time. A team of Georgetown clinicians will collaborate to bring you weekly recommendations, suggestions, and ideas for engaging with the people in your life and cultivating meaningful social interactions through virtual platforms. Check in with us every week to learn more about online book clubs, virtual game nights, Netflix movie marathons, and other ways of connecting with others remotely! Stay safe, healthy, and connected as we navigate this unprecedented time together. Please contact Dr. Engin Ontiveros at email@example.com to be added to this email list.
Week of April 6th
This podcast series will consist of four episodes, each centered on a topic, such as rupture and repair within relationships, understanding and bolstering our self-worth, and feeling emotions without judging them. In addition to guided meditations and mindfulness exercises, the podcast will incorporate activities designed to cultivate ongoing feelings of connectedness with the various groups of people in our lives.
Episode One: The Power of Allowing Ourselves and Others to Know the Full Range of Our Emotions https://georgetown.box.com/s/jdf6l5lbivm66c6gxtldewe7yfi3rqs7
Episode Two: Exploring and Valuing the Many Different Parts of Ourselves