If you’re having trouble coping with the demands of university life—or even regular everyday situations—this four-part workshop series is right for you.
- Worry constantly about worst-case scenarios?
- Blame or criticize yourself, even when things are going well?
- Feel like your emotions are overwhelming and difficult to tolerate?
- Avoid situations or activities because they make you nervous or because you think you’ll fail?
- Push yourself to do things perfectly, but still feel like a failure?
The Better Coping Skills workshops can help you develop coping skills to thrive and better meet the demands of university, work and your personal life.
You can also learn better coping skills any time, at your convenience, through the Better Coping Skills Online Workshop. This asynchronous online series is available to students who want to develop strategies they can use in everyday life, to help engage in more balanced thinking and to deal with negative emotions. It was designed by Health & Wellness counsellors at the University of Toronto with you in mind. It is meant to be a first step to better coping skills, and should be used to complement other supportive resources such as your family, friends and community.
Program EligibilityUniversity of Toronto undergraduate and graduate students across all three campuses (St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough)
How The Program Works
Clinicians host sessions weekly on Tuesdays from 12 – 1:30 p.m. EST on BlackBoard Collaborate.
Attend a 1.5-hour workshop during lunch to learn about coping with the demands of university life.
- Balanced Thinking
- Healthy Behaviours
- Emotion Regulation
- Balanced Living
Winter 2021 schedule
Registration is required. Register through the CLNx links below.