Feb. 11: Using Biofeedback Training & Relaxation Techniques to Reduce Stress and Improve Well-Being
MORROW, Ga—A grant from the Association of American Colleges and Universities is benefitting Clayton State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) program.
“CAPS is honored to have been selected as one of the 26 universities to be awarded this grant. The seminar grant provided by Bringing Theory to Practice will enable us to develop and carry out programs that will positively impact the long-term well-being of our students,” says Dr. Christine Smith, Director of CAPS.
The $1,000 grant is from the Association’s “Bringing Theory to Practice”, and it will be used to host a seminar for students. The seminar, “Using Biofeedback Training and Relaxation Techniques to reduce Stress and Improve Well-Being”, will take place Thursday February 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in room 101 of the Continuing Education Building.
“Many university students acknowledge experiencing stress in some way. CAPS is committed to developing programs to help students learn healthy coping strategies that they are better equipped to manage challenges as they arise,” says Dr. Sherri Allen, Psychologist at CAPS.