USG offering virtual student workshops on Sleep and Anxiety

USG offering virtual student workshops on Sleep and Anxiety

The USG Mental Health Initiative is sponsoring a series of student workshops, available at no cost to students.  The workshops combine group meetings and support with exercises designed to help students manage their anxiety, improve sleep and focus on the things that are important to them. Workshops are open to students in the USG system. Each session is 60-minutes long and delivered through video conferencing. 

There are two session topics: Sleeping Soundly and Calming the Worried Mind. 

1st Workshop: “Sleeping Soundly”:  2-week workshops, offering two sessions 
Poor sleep can impact your grades, social life, and the quality of your education. Good sleep improves grades, happiness, and performance in many other areas. If you are having trouble getting a good night’s sleep, take positive action: join Sleeping Soundly!

Session I: Tuesday, 4/11 & Tuesday, 4/19 at 6:00-7:00 p.m. EST

Session II: Thursday, April 14th & Thursday, April 21st at 4:00- 5:00 p.m. EST.

Sign up for the Sleeping Soundly workshop here: 

2nd Workshop: “Calming the Worried Mind”: One, 4-week workshop
Everyone is anxious some of the time. Some people experience more anxiety. This workshop could be for you if you feel anxious about everyday situations. Or if you want to remain calm before stressful exams or presentations. The skills required to manage anxiety are helpful in many situations.

4-Consecutive Wednesdays:  4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, at 6:00-7:00 p.m. EST.

Sign up for the Calming the Worried Mind workshop here:


Updated: 2022-04-11
Rachel Pope
Health Promotion, Office of