Full course description
This course explores skills and strategies to more effectively manage stress in your life. Whether you are experiencing day to day struggles with anxiety or going through a significant loss or change in your life, this course provides tools that can help you reduce your stress and improve your state of mind.
After completing the modules, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the signs of stress
- Learn and apply coping strategies to life stressors
- Coping with stress
- Dealing with imposter syndrome
- Implementing self-care
- Dealing with grief, loss, or significant change
Meet the Instructors
Yves Ambroise, Ph.D., HSPP, is a psychologist and the assistant director of outreach and community services at IUPUI’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Dr. Ambroise has been at CAPS since 2015 and has experience in university counseling and community mental health centers. His clinical interests include program development, prevention, consultation, family of origin concerns, outreach, social justice, first-generation college students, and group psychotherapy.
Emil Adsit, M.S., LMHC, is a staff counselor at IUPUI’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Emil’s clinical interests include working with depression, anxiety, communication and relationship issues, identity development, and stress management. Adsit is also dedicated to outreach programs that help combat stigma against and promote awareness for mental health.
Ashley Eppich, M.S., LMHC, is the clinical assessment specialist at IUPUI’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Ashley has a special interest in working with the LGBTQ+ and other marginalized populations, people in recovery from trauma and/or addiction and those who have difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships.
Paola Hernandez Barón, Ph.D., is a staff counselor at IUPUI’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Dr. Hernandez Barón is trained as a generalist and has experience working with a broad range of clients and presenting concerns, including identity development, interpersonal concerns, family/relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, depression, and adjustment/life transitions. Paola has a special interest in working with marginalized and military-affiliated individuals.
For more information, contact CAPS