Notice. Care. Help graduate student peer support workshop, Tuesday, 3/28, 3-4 pm

Submitted on March 23, 2023
Notice. Care. Help graduate student peer support workshop, Tuesday, 3/28, 3-4 pm

Date: Tuesday, 3/28, Time: 3-4 pm

Location: in person at the Graduate Center, Room 102

This spring, CAPS is partnering with the Graduate Center to host a “Notice. Care. Help” grad student workshop. This hands-on workshop will cover the signs that someone’s struggling, how to reach out to offer support or ask for help, and how to help a friend you’re concerned about. During the workshop, we’re also seeking feedback on grad students’ unique experiences and needs and how a peer support workshop could best support them.


Dr. Ralph's Bio: Leslie provides individual and couple's counseling and facilitates CAPS groups and workshops. She specializes in the treatment of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, body image and eating disorders, adjustment, and phase of life problems. Dr. Ralph has a special interest in internal family systems, mindfulness, self-compassion, visualization and self-hypnosis, emotional freedom technique (tapping), self-affirmation, and teaching wellness-supporting behaviors. She co-chairs the Campus Health Marketing & Communications (MarCom) team and is a member of the CAPS group committee, eating disorder assessment team, and evaluation team.

Co-facilitator (Ana) Bio: Anna Ramsook is a third-year Honors undergraduate, majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology, with minors in Human Health & Values and Biochemistry. She is a mental health promotion intern at CAPS. Anna is passionate about mental health and excited for the opportunity to facilitate and develop a workshop for the “Notice. Care. Help.” peer support and suicide prevention initiative. 

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