Colloquium: Creating a GPS for Stress
The Institute of Geronotology (IOG) fall 2020 Research Colloquia & Professional Development Series is pleased to present:
Creating a GPS for Stress: Prevention, Stress Management, and Burnout
Denise Wunderlich, PhD & Jennifer Bohanon, MA
This Zoom workshop on stress will begin with a discussion of different types of stressors that impact graduate students. We will then examine how stress can be viewed on a continuum from prevention to burnout and how one’s culture and identity influences the continuum. This examination will be followed by exploration of common stress prevention and stress management strategies as well as barriers. To wrap up, each workshop participant will have time to develop an individualized stress management plan for one of their identified stressors.
Denise Wunderlich has held the position of University Counselor III at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Wayne State University for the past 9 years. Denise received a Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Delaware and a PhD in Instructional Design from Wayne State. Denise has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over thirty years and has worked in a variety of mental health settings prior to coming to Wayne State. Denise, along with Jennifer, serves as CAPS liaison to the Graduate School. Denise has developed and offered a stress management workshop through CAPS for several years and is conducting a study on comparing a face-to-face stress management workshop with an online stress management workshop.
Jennifer Bohanon has held the position of University Counselor II at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Wayne State University for the past 2 years. Jennifer received her BS and MA in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University. Jennifer holds a current license as a Professional Counselor. Jennifer serves on the Diversity committee, the Service Model committee, the Social Justice workgroup and the Warrior VIP committee. She also facilitates the Graduate Students of Color support group.
Meeting ID: 812 0171 8335 Passcode: 799291
IOG Colloquia are Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30 am (unless otherwise noted).
VIEW COMPLETE FALL 2020 SCHEDULE (PDF)
FREE and open to all!
For more information contact: Gail Summers at email@example.com or 248 802-1647
IOG, Director of Training and Professor of Economics
IOG Colloquia are presented courtesy of the Mary Thompson Foundation