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What a great topic! Thanks for opening it up to us all.

Lois

On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Lauren Humphries <[log in to unmask]
> wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
>
> The PA/NJ chapter of the CRLA is hosting a free webinar on Friday, April
> 10,, 2015 at 12:30pm (EST). This year we are excited that Cynthia Carroll
> from the University of North Texas Health Science Center will speak about
> Using Cognitive Psychology Techniques with Students in the Academic Support
> Meeting. Cynthia is a licensed professional counselor with experience
> ranging from the clinical setting to the educational setting. She currently
> works at the UNT Health Science Center counseling students who are entering
> into various medical fields. She has worked with these students for over
> five years now, and as a result has gained extensive knowledge in how to
> handle difficult emotions, especially anxiety and stress. She is excited
> about this opportunity to share what she has learned over the years, to
> help you, to help others through you, and to learn from you as well.
> Since academic support specialists are on the front lines of student
> support, they are often the first to see students struggling with anxiety
> or depressed mood, possibly because of an emotional or personal issue. It
> is believed that by utilizing the methods of Cognitive Psychology, learning
> specialists can improve student support, academic progress, and retention,
> and help reduce the need for immediate, traditional therapy.
>
> During the webinar, Cynthia will demonstrate the importance of addressing
> the personal (cognitive and emotional) components of a student's success
> and how to provide students with initial cognitive information that can
> sometimes defer an immediate referral to the counseling center.  With this
> information, participants will be able to promote better academic
> functioning by training students on the topic of how to cope with intrusive
> cognitions. After this webinar, academic support professionals will be
> equipped with knowledge to positively influence students regarding
> personal, and consequently, academic concerns.
>
> To sign up for the webinar, please visit
> http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b49a8af2eaa8-2015. We are limited to
> 100 log-ins for Adobe Connect, so we highly encourage those at the same
> institution to gather in one space to watch the webinar if at all possible.
>
> The day before the webinar, you will receive an email from me with the
> link you need to access the Adobe Connect space.
>
> Best,
> Lauren Humphries
> PA/NJ CRLA President
>
>
> Lauren Humphries
> Assistant Director, Tutoring Center (Writing)
> Bucks County Community College
> 215-968-8378
>
>
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Lois Martin
Director, Academic Resource & Writing Center
Goshen College
Goshen, IN
574-535-7576
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