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Events Calendar

01

May

Wellness Event

Meditation for Mental Wellness

This four-session workshop will introduce you to the practice of mindfulness and meditation to assist you with managing stress and enriching your life. This is an educational class series, led by a CAPS therapist.  Facilitated by Cierra Whatley, PhD Sign up at the Vaden Portal go to Groups and Workshops and find Meditation for Mental Wellness Spring Q, ...

01

May

Wellness Event

Action Plan for Mental Health

Creating a Plan for Mental Health Wellness Do you find that mental health issues make it difficult for you to thrive at Stanford? Would you like to identify the resources and support you need that are most helpful to YOU in managing your daily life? Developing an Action Plan For Mental Health helps identify feelings ...

01

May

Wellness Event

QTrees

Qtrees is a process/support group for LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other LGBTQIA+ to process and support each other around your identity and how that may impact your experience. QTrees will meet for 60 mins. weekly for 7 weeks, with same people each week. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD ...

01

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Wednesday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

02

May

Wellness Event

School of Medicine BIPOC Support Space

This is a 6-session student-lead support group for School of Medicine BIPOC students, with 2 MHT clinicians serving as host facilitators. In this supportive space, students come as they are, share mutual support, and foster community. Students build tools to navigate academic and professional stressors, cope with anxiety, process issues rooted in systemic oppression, decrease ...

02

May

Webinar

Fertility 101

The decision to start a family is a major life event that can bring up many questions as individuals and couples navigate the unfamiliar path to parenthood. Come to this free noontime webinar...

02

May

Wellness Event

Wise Mind DBT-Informed Skills Group

Our emotions affect us and our relationships, and our relationships impact our emotions. This virtual Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group is a quarter-long workshop-style group on how to identify and work with intense emotions. DBT addresses skills to understand and regulate emotion, tolerate distress, and be more effective in interpersonal concerns. Each group includes mindfulness ...

02

May

Wellness Event

One Foot Out

One Foot Out is a process/support group for questioning and newly out queer undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other individuals to explore queer identity, ask questions, and support one other around queer identity and how that may impact your experience at Stanford. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD Meeting with a ...

02

May

Webinar

Virtual Cooking Class – Seasonal Cooking to Nourish You from the Inside Out

In this fun and engaging virtual cooking class, participants will prepare a delicious spring menu that is simple, spontaneous, and nourishes you from the inside out with anti-inflammatory ingredients.You will learn practical...

02

May

Wellness Event

Guided Meditation Thursdays

Evening Guided Meditation is designed to offer basic meditation skills, to encourage regular meditation practice, to help deepen self-reflection, and to offer instructions on how meditation can be useful during stressful and uncertain times.  All sessions are led by Andy Acker. Open to Stanford Affiliates. Free, no pre-registration is required. 

03

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

03

May

Wellness Event

Growing Up In Science @ Stanford

Growing Up in Science (GUIS) is back for the 2023-2024 academic year! In most sessions, one faculty member shares the personal side of their individual journey through academia. Occasionally, PhD-holding speakers from outside the academic research environment may also present. The stories focus on the struggles, doubts, weaknesses, and failures we all face as young ...

03

May

Wellness Event

FREE Upstander Workshops

Sign-Up for our FREE Upstander Trainings facilitated by PEERs and in collaboration with the Well House!  Upstander Trainings this quarter will take place in the Well House, from 7-8pm on April 15, April 29, May 3 and May 27. Please note that the Well House is a substance-free residence. You can find our list of workshop dates ...

04

May

In Person Class

Forest Bathing

Studies have demonstrated that spending time in nature can lead to a measurable reduction in stress hormones, as well as improvements in immunity, blood pressure, blood sugar levels, mood, and cognition. Rooted in...

06

May

Online Class

Eat Well for Life

For years, doctors and researchers have talked about the quest to increase longevity – how long we live. The newest research, however, is focused on Healthspan, which is how long we live well, free...

06

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

06

May

Wellness Event

Rooted! Black Graduate Students Process Space

Rooted! Is a support group for Black-identified Stanford graduate students that is designed to be a confidential space for students to speak their minds, build community, rest, connect with themselves, and learn coping skills for managing graduate life at Stanford. Graduate school is naturally stressful, rigorous, and will challenge you in unexpected ways. That stress ...

06

May

Wellness Event

Dissertation Support

This six-session group will be a place to vent, meet other people like you, share goals and perspectives on navigating common themes (isolation, motivation, relationships), and learn some helpful coping skills to manage the stress of dissertation writing. If you’re enrolled student, located inside the state of California, and in the process of writing (whether ...

06

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Monday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

07

May

Wellness Event

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is an ongoing group designed to support individuals who struggle with behaviors that interfere with their ability to function and cope as a student. The groups is useful to those who experience difficulty with emotion regulation, impulsivity, and unhealthy coping. Being “safe” means to be able to manage symptoms and take care of ...

07

May

In Person Class

Equine-imity – Stress Reduction in the Company of Horses

Do you wonder what it means to be "healthy as a horse?" This 4-session class series uses the horse-human relationship to enhance our ability to breathe deeply and relax, to self-regulate our emotions...

07

May

Wellness Event

Gentle Yoga Tuesdays

Gentle Yoga Class with Diane Saenz. Suitable for beginners and taught in a precise yet simple manner, gentle yoga is perfect to start or renew a yoga practice.  Come and practice yoga foundations such as traditional warm-ups, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and fundamental postures.  Learn everything you need to know for a confident self-practice. Open ...

08

May

Wellness Event

Meditation for Mental Wellness

This four-session workshop will introduce you to the practice of mindfulness and meditation to assist you with managing stress and enriching your life. This is an educational class series, led by a CAPS therapist.  Facilitated by Cierra Whatley, PhD Sign up at the Vaden Portal go to Groups and Workshops and find Meditation for Mental Wellness Spring Q, ...

08

May

Wellness Event

Action Plan for Mental Health

Creating a Plan for Mental Health Wellness Do you find that mental health issues make it difficult for you to thrive at Stanford? Would you like to identify the resources and support you need that are most helpful to YOU in managing your daily life? Developing an Action Plan For Mental Health helps identify feelings ...

08

May

Wellness Event

QTrees

Qtrees is a process/support group for LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other LGBTQIA+ to process and support each other around your identity and how that may impact your experience. QTrees will meet for 60 mins. weekly for 7 weeks, with same people each week. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD ...

08

May

Wellness Event

Grief and Loss Gathering

In-person community space providing expert support, education, and resources for any student living with any form of grief and loss, whether recent or past. Three spaces are held each quarter. Facilitated by Helen Hsu PsyD of CAPS, Annanda Barclay and Laurie Hahn Tapper of OSRL, Donnovan Somera Yisrael of Well-being and Chidel Onuegbu of Graduate Life ...

08

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Wednesday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

09

May

Wellness Event

School of Medicine BIPOC Support Space

This is a 6-session student-lead support group for School of Medicine BIPOC students, with 2 MHT clinicians serving as host facilitators. In this supportive space, students come as they are, share mutual support, and foster community. Students build tools to navigate academic and professional stressors, cope with anxiety, process issues rooted in systemic oppression, decrease ...

09

May

Wellness Event

Wise Mind DBT-Informed Skills Group

Our emotions affect us and our relationships, and our relationships impact our emotions. This virtual Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group is a quarter-long workshop-style group on how to identify and work with intense emotions. DBT addresses skills to understand and regulate emotion, tolerate distress, and be more effective in interpersonal concerns. Each group includes mindfulness ...

09

May

Wellness Event

One Foot Out

One Foot Out is a process/support group for questioning and newly out queer undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other individuals to explore queer identity, ask questions, and support one other around queer identity and how that may impact your experience at Stanford. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD Meeting with a ...

09

May

Wellness Event

Guided Meditation Thursdays

Evening Guided Meditation is designed to offer basic meditation skills, to encourage regular meditation practice, to help deepen self-reflection, and to offer instructions on how meditation can be useful during stressful and uncertain times.  All sessions are led by Andy Acker. Open to Stanford Affiliates. Free, no pre-registration is required. 

10

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

13

May

Wellness Event

Rooted! Black Graduate Students Process Space

Rooted! Is a support group for Black-identified Stanford graduate students that is designed to be a confidential space for students to speak their minds, build community, rest, connect with themselves, and learn coping skills for managing graduate life at Stanford. Graduate school is naturally stressful, rigorous, and will challenge you in unexpected ways. That stress ...

13

May

Wellness Event

Dissertation Support

This six-session group will be a place to vent, meet other people like you, share goals and perspectives on navigating common themes (isolation, motivation, relationships), and learn some helpful coping skills to manage the stress of dissertation writing. If you’re enrolled student, located inside the state of California, and in the process of writing (whether ...

13

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Monday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

14

May

Wellness Event

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is an ongoing group designed to support individuals who struggle with behaviors that interfere with their ability to function and cope as a student. The groups is useful to those who experience difficulty with emotion regulation, impulsivity, and unhealthy coping. Being “safe” means to be able to manage symptoms and take care of ...

14

May

Wellness Event

Gentle Yoga Tuesdays

Gentle Yoga Class with Diane Saenz. Suitable for beginners and taught in a precise yet simple manner, gentle yoga is perfect to start or renew a yoga practice.  Come and practice yoga foundations such as traditional warm-ups, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and fundamental postures.  Learn everything you need to know for a confident self-practice. Open ...

15

May

Wellness Event

Meditation for Mental Wellness

This four-session workshop will introduce you to the practice of mindfulness and meditation to assist you with managing stress and enriching your life. This is an educational class series, led by a CAPS therapist.  Facilitated by Cierra Whatley, PhD Sign up at the Vaden Portal go to Groups and Workshops and find Meditation for Mental Wellness Spring Q, ...

15

May

Wellness Event

Action Plan for Mental Health

Creating a Plan for Mental Health Wellness Do you find that mental health issues make it difficult for you to thrive at Stanford? Would you like to identify the resources and support you need that are most helpful to YOU in managing your daily life? Developing an Action Plan For Mental Health helps identify feelings ...

15

May

Webinar

Physical Activity for Longevity

Physical activity is a powerful medicine that can promote health and change the trajectory of aging. However, in the modern world, we have drifted away from incorporating physical activity into our lives, and...

15

May

Wellness Event

QTrees

Qtrees is a process/support group for LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other LGBTQIA+ to process and support each other around your identity and how that may impact your experience. QTrees will meet for 60 mins. weekly for 7 weeks, with same people each week. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD ...

15

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Wednesday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

16

May

Wellness Event

School of Medicine BIPOC Support Space

This is a 6-session student-lead support group for School of Medicine BIPOC students, with 2 MHT clinicians serving as host facilitators. In this supportive space, students come as they are, share mutual support, and foster community. Students build tools to navigate academic and professional stressors, cope with anxiety, process issues rooted in systemic oppression, decrease ...

16

May

Group Coaching

Group Wellness Coaching Spring

Are you eager to make lasting changes in an important area of your well-being? Join a 5-week small group coaching series guided by Stanford wellness coaches. During these interactive sessions, you can share...

16

May

Wellness Event

Wise Mind DBT-Informed Skills Group

Our emotions affect us and our relationships, and our relationships impact our emotions. This virtual Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group is a quarter-long workshop-style group on how to identify and work with intense emotions. DBT addresses skills to understand and regulate emotion, tolerate distress, and be more effective in interpersonal concerns. Each group includes mindfulness ...

16

May

Wellness Event

One Foot Out

One Foot Out is a process/support group for questioning and newly out queer undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other individuals to explore queer identity, ask questions, and support one other around queer identity and how that may impact your experience at Stanford. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD Meeting with a ...

16

May

Wellness Event

Guided Meditation Thursdays

Evening Guided Meditation is designed to offer basic meditation skills, to encourage regular meditation practice, to help deepen self-reflection, and to offer instructions on how meditation can be useful during stressful and uncertain times.  All sessions are led by Andy Acker. Open to Stanford Affiliates. Free, no pre-registration is required. 

17

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

18

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

19

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

20

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

20

May

Webinar

Create Your Own Strength Workout at Home and Work

Resistance training is an important component to overall physical health. Research shows that resistance training has many physiological benefits including increased blood glucose regulation, increased bone, muscle and connective tissue growth and durability...

20

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

20

May

Wellness Event

Rooted! Black Graduate Students Process Space

Rooted! Is a support group for Black-identified Stanford graduate students that is designed to be a confidential space for students to speak their minds, build community, rest, connect with themselves, and learn coping skills for managing graduate life at Stanford. Graduate school is naturally stressful, rigorous, and will challenge you in unexpected ways. That stress ...

20

May

Wellness Event

Dissertation Support

This six-session group will be a place to vent, meet other people like you, share goals and perspectives on navigating common themes (isolation, motivation, relationships), and learn some helpful coping skills to manage the stress of dissertation writing. If you’re enrolled student, located inside the state of California, and in the process of writing (whether ...

20

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Monday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

21

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

21

May

Wellness Event

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is an ongoing group designed to support individuals who struggle with behaviors that interfere with their ability to function and cope as a student. The groups is useful to those who experience difficulty with emotion regulation, impulsivity, and unhealthy coping. Being “safe” means to be able to manage symptoms and take care of ...

21

May

In Person Class

Springtime in the Garden – Jams and Jellies

Jams and jellies are a great way to preserve and enhance the flavors of your favorite seasonal fruits. They also make wonderful additions to your home pantry or homemade gifts for friends and...

21

May

Wellness Event

Gentle Yoga Tuesdays

Gentle Yoga Class with Diane Saenz. Suitable for beginners and taught in a precise yet simple manner, gentle yoga is perfect to start or renew a yoga practice.  Come and practice yoga foundations such as traditional warm-ups, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and fundamental postures.  Learn everything you need to know for a confident self-practice. Open ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Stanford CARE AAPI Heritage Month Event: Hybrid Panel Discussion on “Breaking the Silence on Untreated Autism Among Asian American Children and Their Families”

THIS IS A HYBRID EVENT If you will join in person, reserve a spot by registering today on Eventbrite The event will take place at Stanford Health Library, 211 Quarry Rd #201, Palo Alto, CA 94304. Free parking is available, as well as complimentary food and drinks.  If you will join via Zoom, please use the Zoom link ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

22

May

Wellness Event

Meditation for Mental Wellness

This four-session workshop will introduce you to the practice of mindfulness and meditation to assist you with managing stress and enriching your life. This is an educational class series, led by a CAPS therapist.  Facilitated by Cierra Whatley, PhD Sign up at the Vaden Portal go to Groups and Workshops and find Meditation for Mental Wellness Spring Q, ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Action Plan for Mental Health

Creating a Plan for Mental Health Wellness Do you find that mental health issues make it difficult for you to thrive at Stanford? Would you like to identify the resources and support you need that are most helpful to YOU in managing your daily life? Developing an Action Plan For Mental Health helps identify feelings ...

22

May

Webinar

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Co-Sponsored by the Stanford CIO Council Neurodiversity in IT ProgramNeurodiversity is the range of common differences in thinking and behavior which we now understand to be normal variations in humans. This includes conditions...

22

May

Wellness Event

Spring Harmony: Introduction to Qigong’s Healing & Renewal Practices

Join us for an invigorating and introductory Qigong workshop tailored to embrace the rejuvenating energies of the spring season. Special visiting teacher, Marisa Cranfill, will guide participants through gentle movements and breathing techniques to harmonize mind, body, and spirit. Qigong, a transformative practice rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine, integrates movement, meditation, and healing modalities to ...

22

May

Wellness Event

QTrees

Qtrees is a process/support group for LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other LGBTQIA+ to process and support each other around your identity and how that may impact your experience. QTrees will meet for 60 mins. weekly for 7 weeks, with same people each week. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Grief and Loss Gathering

In-person community space providing expert support, education, and resources for any student living with any form of grief and loss, whether recent or past. Three spaces are held each quarter. Facilitated by Helen Hsu PsyD of CAPS, Annanda Barclay and Laurie Hahn Tapper of OSRL, Donnovan Somera Yisrael of Well-being and Chidel Onuegbu of Graduate Life ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Frosh Field Day

Frosh Field Day will be free entry and will include an inflatable obstacle course and a dunk tank for students to dunk the deans. There will be pizza, wings, ice cream, cornhole, spike ball, charm bracelets, music, and giveaways!  

22

May

Wellness Event

How Smartphones and Social Media Affect Our Children’s Mental Health

Over the past decade, social media has surged in popularity and has become almost impossible to avoid. Before you ban phones and social media forever, and risk endless arguments with your child, join us to learn exactly what science has discovered about how social media affects our children and what we can do to protect ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Wednesday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

22

May

Wellness Event

Psychedelics and Social Justice Seminar Series: “Queer Aspects of Psychedelic Experience” with Dr. Clancy Cavnar

Dr. Clancy Cavnar o?ers therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, addictions, LGBTQ+ issues, psychedelic integration, and complex childhood trauma. She has over 25 years experience helping people with psychological issues and has been licensed in the State of California since 2015. She uses a combination of psychodynamic therapy with cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and deep listening. ...

23

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

23

May

Wellness Event

School of Medicine BIPOC Support Space

This is a 6-session student-lead support group for School of Medicine BIPOC students, with 2 MHT clinicians serving as host facilitators. In this supportive space, students come as they are, share mutual support, and foster community. Students build tools to navigate academic and professional stressors, cope with anxiety, process issues rooted in systemic oppression, decrease ...

23

May

Wellness Event

Wise Mind DBT-Informed Skills Group

Our emotions affect us and our relationships, and our relationships impact our emotions. This virtual Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group is a quarter-long workshop-style group on how to identify and work with intense emotions. DBT addresses skills to understand and regulate emotion, tolerate distress, and be more effective in interpersonal concerns. Each group includes mindfulness ...

23

May

Wellness Event

One Foot Out

One Foot Out is a process/support group for questioning and newly out queer undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other individuals to explore queer identity, ask questions, and support one other around queer identity and how that may impact your experience at Stanford. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD Meeting with a ...

23

May

Wellness Event

Guided Meditation Thursdays

Evening Guided Meditation is designed to offer basic meditation skills, to encourage regular meditation practice, to help deepen self-reflection, and to offer instructions on how meditation can be useful during stressful and uncertain times.  All sessions are led by Andy Acker. Open to Stanford Affiliates. Free, no pre-registration is required. 

23

May

Wellness Event

Consejos para vivir bien con diabetes (Tips for Living Well with Diabetes)

Leticia Wilke, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC, BC-ADM, CDCES, ofrecerá consejos de nutrición y formas de incorporar más actividad física durante el día. Hablará sobre el almacenamiento seguro de medicamentos en climas más cálidos. Esta plática se impartirá en español.  Leticia Wilke, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC, BC-ADM, CDCES, will share tips on nutrition and ways to add more ...

24

May

Wellness Event

Flourish Stories at Green Library

A traveling exhibit featuring diverse student experiences on finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys. See stories of Stanford students who have courageously shared their experiences of finding hope, healing, resilience, and joy through their mental health journeys.

24

May

Webinar

Doing the Best We Can

Are you doing lots of things and none of them well? Amidst our many roles and diverse responsibilities, satisfaction can feel challenging, and mastery downright elusive. How do we show up to work...

24

May

Wellness Event

Art & Boba Talk | Tatiana Vahan: Collaborative Economies for Artists, Activists, and Everyone — STUDENTS ONLY

Join us for free boba and participate in a workshop with Tatiana Vahan! Art and Boba Talks are informal chats meant to be a welcoming space for students of any level to engage with practicing arts professionals to learn more about working in the arts, what an art practice looks like, and/or to ask any questions ...

24

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...

24

May

Wellness Event

Olive Paint and Sip

 Join Olive for a paint and sip event on Levin Field from 3-5pm. We will have mini pot painting with succulents and boba!

24

May

Wellness Event

Redwood Block Party

Join us at the Redwood Block Party for a night of epic beats with Keke Palmer and our talented student DJs! It's a party you won't want to miss!

24

May

Wellness Event

Sequoia Tacos at Terra

Head on over to Terra for some sizzling tacos and sides, such as chips and guacamole.

25

May

Wellness Event

Farm Games Goat-Kart Racing

Celebrate the first year of Farm Games at our last event of the academic year! Join the waitlist to be a racer, or tag along to support your neighborhood and enjoy the food court and arcade games. Buses begin boarding at Cobb Track & Angell Field parking lot at 6:30 p.m., and 25 open seats will be ...

27

May

Wellness Event

FREE Upstander Workshops

Sign-Up for our FREE Upstander Trainings facilitated by PEERs and in collaboration with the Well House!  Upstander Trainings this quarter will take place in the Well House, from 7-8pm on April 15, April 29, May 3 and May 27. Please note that the Well House is a substance-free residence. You can find our list of workshop dates ...

28

May

Webinar

Everything You Wanted to Know about Sleep (but were Afraid to Ask)

We spend one-third of our lives asleep and nearly as much time worrying about how much sleep we are getting - or not getting. Sleep is critical for the optimization or maintenance of...

28

May

Wellness Event

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is an ongoing group designed to support individuals who struggle with behaviors that interfere with their ability to function and cope as a student. The groups is useful to those who experience difficulty with emotion regulation, impulsivity, and unhealthy coping. Being “safe” means to be able to manage symptoms and take care of ...

28

May

Wellness Event

Gentle Yoga Tuesdays

Gentle Yoga Class with Diane Saenz. Suitable for beginners and taught in a precise yet simple manner, gentle yoga is perfect to start or renew a yoga practice.  Come and practice yoga foundations such as traditional warm-ups, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and fundamental postures.  Learn everything you need to know for a confident self-practice. Open ...

28

May

Wellness Event

FREE Upstander Workshops

Sign-Up for our FREE Upstander Trainings facilitated by PEERs and in collaboration with the Well House!  Upstander Trainings this quarter will take place in the Well House, from 7-8pm on April 15, April 29, May 3 and May 27. Please note that the Well House is a substance-free residence. You can find our list of workshop dates ...

29

May

Wellness Event

Olive Acai Bar

Build your own acai bowl with bases from Palmetto!

29

May

Wellness Event

Meditation for Mental Wellness

This four-session workshop will introduce you to the practice of mindfulness and meditation to assist you with managing stress and enriching your life. This is an educational class series, led by a CAPS therapist.  Facilitated by Cierra Whatley, PhD Sign up at the Vaden Portal go to Groups and Workshops and find Meditation for Mental Wellness Spring Q, ...

29

May

Webinar

The Fun Habit

Co-sponsored by Stanford Recreation and WellnessDiscover the transformative power of fun in your work and personal life in this dynamic noontime webinar. We'll explore the role of enjoyment in sustaining both physical and...

29

May

Online Class

Beginning Zentangle Art

Unlock a new pathway to relaxation and inner focus. The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Because the design evolves organically, it...

29

May

Wellness Event

QTrees

Qtrees is a process/support group for LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other LGBTQIA+ to process and support each other around your identity and how that may impact your experience. QTrees will meet for 60 mins. weekly for 7 weeks, with same people each week. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD ...

29

May

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga Wednesday

Student-Led Yoga is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your head and into your body, and modifications will ...

29

May

Wellness Event

Psychedelics and Social Justice Seminar Series: “Psychedelic Justice: Indigenous Reciprocity” with Joseph Mays, MSc

Joseph Mays, MSc, received his Master’s in Ethnobotany from the University of Kent upon researching responses to globalization by indigenous Yanesha of central Peru. After graduating with biology and anthropology degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University, he conducted an ethnobotanical survey in the Ecuadorian cloud forest and published a medicinal plant guide for the Jama-Coaque Ecological ...

29

May

Wellness Event

Sunset Yoga

This event is open and free to all! 

30

May

Wellness Event

School of Medicine BIPOC Support Space

This is a 6-session student-lead support group for School of Medicine BIPOC students, with 2 MHT clinicians serving as host facilitators. In this supportive space, students come as they are, share mutual support, and foster community. Students build tools to navigate academic and professional stressors, cope with anxiety, process issues rooted in systemic oppression, decrease ...

30

May

Wellness Event

Take a break, paint a rock, grab a coffee!

Take a moment to relax while painting a rock or just stop by the Branner Earth Sciences Library for free coffee, tea, and snacks. We’ll have origami and Lego stations too!  Help us reduce waste, bring a covered mug!

30

May

Online Class

Listening with Empathy

Empathetic listening has the transformative power to alter the course of our personal and professional lives. In the words of Carl Rogers, when we are heard with empathy, it provides us the safety...

30

May

Wellness Event

Tech Talk: Enhancing Security and Accessibility on Apple Devices

Ben Graham, Apple Higher Education System Engineer, will present a session on "Enhancing Security and Accessibility on Apple Devices," tailored for the Stanford community. We hope you will join us to explore an in-depth look at vital security measures and accessibility features. This session will provide an overview of key security features, including an introduction ...

30

May

Wellness Event

One Foot Out

One Foot Out is a process/support group for questioning and newly out queer undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. Join us to connect with other individuals to explore queer identity, ask questions, and support one other around queer identity and how that may impact your experience at Stanford. Facilitated by Christine Catipon, PsyD Meeting with a ...

30

May

Online Class

New to Grief

When someone experiences a loss, their grief can overwhelm them with strong and conflicting emotions. Some may feel drowned in sorrow, while others feel numb and removed from daily life. Grief can make...

30

May

Wellness Event

Guided Meditation Thursdays

Evening Guided Meditation is designed to offer basic meditation skills, to encourage regular meditation practice, to help deepen self-reflection, and to offer instructions on how meditation can be useful during stressful and uncertain times.  All sessions are led by Andy Acker. Open to Stanford Affiliates. Free, no pre-registration is required. 

31

May

Webinar

Oral Health for a Longer, Healthier Life

Oral health affects much more than simply our mouth and teeth. Research has linked oral health to impacts in the heart and lungs, susceptibility to dementia, the quality of sleep, and levels of...

31

May

Wellness Event

Living With OCD

The experience of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be isolating and stressful. This is an open and ongoing group for students who live with OCD to support to each other and have a safe space to connect. Self-Compassion and other coping skills will also be introduced. Facilitated by Jennifer Maldonado, LCSW & Hannah Heitz, M.Ed Meeting ...