Spring 2024 Workshops

To register, students must email with the name/date of the workshop and specify whether they would like to attend in person or virtually. Workshop attendances are at no cost to students. 


Establishing Boundaries

Scheduled before Thanksgiving, this workshop will teach students how to communicate and establish healthy boundaries in relationships (general relationships: could be applied to friends, family, romantic partners, etc.)

Students will learn: 

  • Importance of establishing boundaries in relationships
  • How to communicate with loved ones
  • How boundaries are important for your mental health
  • Why boundaries are needed in healthy relationships

Date: February 7th:  2-3:30pm


 Mindfulness 101

Mindfulness has been a very popular topic in psychology for its mental health benefits. But what is mindfulness? Where did it come from? How do you practice mindfulness? This workshop will discuss the origins of mindfulness, it’s impact on mental health, as well as how to establish a consistent mindfulness practice

Students will learn: 

  • What mindfulness is
  • How to practice mindfulness in daily life
  • How mindfulness can impact your mental health
  • How to create a mindful practice routine 

Date: April 3rd 2-3:30pm


Money on the Mind

Most, if not all, college students are worried about finances. Student loans, monthly bills, and emergency expenses can all add up to make making ends meet difficult.

Students will learn

  • budgeting skills
  • financial stress management
  • avoiding impulsive financial decisions
  • utilizing the financial resources on campus.

Date: April 10th: 2-3:30pm


Overcoming Stress and Anxiety

There are many causes for stress and anxiety while attending college. Academic stress, social stress, and physical stress all affect mental health. This interactive workshop will provide tools for reducing stress and anxiety, especially during challenging times.

Students will learn:

  • How stress impacts daily life
  • What anxiety and stress can look like
  • Ways to decrease stress and anxiety
  • How to deal with stress and anxiety in difficult times


  • February 28th:  2-3:30pm
  • April 24th:  2-3:30 PM 


Question, Persuade, Refer: Three Steps Anyone Can Learn to Help Prevent Suicide

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer -- the three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands each year, this workshop teaches how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.

Students will learn: 

  • How to recognize the signs of suicidality
  • What we know about suicide
  • How to support someone who is struggling


  • February 21st: 2-3pm
  • March 20th: 2-3pm
  • Arpil 15th: 2-3pm


Surviving Midterms/Surviving Finals

These workshops are designed to teach students study skills and self-care tips to ensure that they don’t burn out during midterms/finals week.

Stressed about midterms? Attend this workshop to learn new study skills and self-care tips to help avoid burn out during this stressful time.

Students will learn: 

  • Self-care tips and wellness tips
  • What burnout is and how to avoid it
  • Study skills to for the intensity of finals/midterms



  • March 6th: 2-3:30pm


  • May 1st: 2-3:30pm



* *  Workshop Requests for Student Groups * *

ATTN: Faculty/Staff/Departments:

If you're in need of a workshop not offered, please submit an Outreach Request Form.

Outreach Request Form

Request For: Campus Events, Educational Materials, Condom / Dental Dam / Lube Packets, Student Projects (Interview or Video), Workshops, etc.

All approved requests will receive a confirmation within 10 business days.


Health Promotion Specific:

  • Campus Event, Presentation, or Education material requests must be submitted at least 10 business days in advance.
  • Barrier Necessities (condoms/dental dams/lube) and Student Projects requests must be submitted at least 3 business days in advance.

Workshop Specific:

  • Requests submitted with 7 days' notice will be fulfilled as schedules allow.
  • Please include alternative dates and times.
  • Preference is given on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Only one request per program or event will be approved.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 participants.

Alcohol & Drugs - UNM COSAP

If you are interested in receiving a presentation related to alcohol or drugs, please contact the UNM Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (COSAP) at (505) 277-2795. For more information, visit their website at