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"The sincere friends of this world are as ship lights in the stormiest of nights."
- Giotto Di Bondone
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EVENTS


Addiction Rounds: The Opiate Epidemic and Suboxone—A Provider's Journey

Thursday, February 8 | 12pm–1pm | VEC 902/903
Dr. Fred Holmes was a pioneer in outpatient treatment for opiate addiction in Vermont. In clips from The Hungry Heart, he discusses his philosophy and experience in caring for youth struggling with addiction. The film will be followed by discussion facilitated by members of the AIMS Council. Lunch will be served. For more information, check out the event flyer

Pet Therapy 
Wynston | Monday, February 12* | 3pm–4pm | Tower 1 Lobby
*Please note the change in date from our previous newsletter announcement. Our pet therapy program relies on the generosity of our volunteers and sometimes visits must be rescheduled with short notice. We appreciate your understanding and continued support of our programs. 

Crafternoon: Affirmation Pillowcases
Wednesday, February 14 | 1pm–3pm | Bard Hall Lobby 
Join us for an afternoon of self-compassion by ironing on positive and uplifting messages. Pillowcases and iron-on images are provided but you are welcome to bring an article of clothing of your choice! Set aside some me-time to make a thoughtful gift for yourself or someone you care about.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Free Dental Screenings and Basic Dental Procedures
Mondays through Thursdays starting January 9 | 4:30–6:30pm | 7th Floor of Vanderbilt Clinic (168th and Broadway)
CUMC fourth year dental students are preparing for their board exams by offering free dental screenings to the community. Screenings include free x-rays and a clinical exam. Patients may also be eligible for some dental procedures at no charge. All patients 18+ are welcome, and no appointment is required. For more information, contact Jenny Armstrong or view the flyer: English | Spanish

LGBTQIA+ Group
Tuesday* evenings starting in February | Time and Location TBD
This weekly group coordinated by CUMC Mental Health Services is for any CUMC students who are interested in having a supportive and confidential space to discuss experiences such as:
  • coming out
  • transitioning concerns
  • navigating relationships with family
  • intersections with religious, racial, cultural, ethnic, and other identities
  • managing professional issues, colleagues and supervisors, and work/life balance
  • relationship issues, developing and maintaining healthy relationships
  • sexual health and empowerment
  • experiences with privilege and oppression
For more information or to set up a screening, please see our flyer or contact Dr. Sam Klugman.*Please note that the group will meet on Tuesdays evenings; we apologize for the error in our last newsletter. 

Mosaic: A Process Group for Women of Color 
Tuesdays 5:30–7:00pm
This small group is designed for individuals who self-identify as women of color. This space has been created to explore unique challenges in managing life with many—often competing—demands and roles. Themes may include: relationship difficulties, identity concerns, navigating emotions, coping with racial discrimination/marginalization, and striving for life balance. Members will be able to share their stories and experiences, as well as receive support and feedback from other women in a private environment that is safe and empowering. For additional information, you can view the flyer or contact Mica McGriggs, Ph.D


Connecting Through Loss: Loss, Grief, and Loving Someone Who Is Seriously Ill
Thursdays 5:30–7:00pm | Location TBA
Mental Health Services (MHS) and Center for Student Wellness (CSW) are developing targeted services for students who have lost a loved one or are currently struggling with the severe illness of someone they love. This group will offer a space for shared reflection and problem solving. Some common experiences may include:
  • I’m worried about overburdening others
  • I’m exhausted from keeping it together
  • I just want to talk to someone who understands
  • There’s no space for all my feelings 
  • How do I manage my relationships with family, friends, peers, professors, patients?
Students interested in this group can email Claire Haiman, PsyD or check out the group flyer. CSW will also be offering a regular social gathering for impacted students; interested students should contact Jane Bogart, EdD.
 
Understanding Self and Others Process Group
Thursdays 5:30–7:00pm & Fridays 12:00–1:30pm | Tower 1 (60 Haven Avenue) Suite 1D
Have you ever felt isolated, anxious around others, or had difficulty making connections on campus? Do you struggle with giving or receiving feedback? Do you ever feel like you can’t be yourself on campus or in your program? Mental Health Services will offer this weekly process group as a safe space for students to share their experiences, practice offering and receiving interpersonal feedback, and create authentic relationships. Topics may include relationship and family dynamics, identity concerns, academic/work issues, and life-work balance. The Thursday group will start on January 25. A start date for the Friday group is being determined. Interested students can reach out by email to Matt Poon

 
RESOURCES
Wellness Appointments
What are they? 
Totally free & confidential, Wellness Appointments provide you with a solution-based approach to address personal, academic & professional concerns. We'll help you strategize, prioritize, problem solve, & develop an action plan targeted toward your individual concerns. Learn more by visiting the CSW website

When are they?
We encourage you to email us to set up a Wellness Appointment. Of course, if you stop by and our door is open and we have the time in our schedule, we would be happy to meet with you. 
Mind and Body Programs
Mindfulness Meditation Schedule
Mondays | 5:30
5:50pm | Bard 101
Wednesdays | 12:0512:25pm | Bard 101
Yoga & Pilates
For more information, visit our Mind Body Programs page.
Nutrition Services
Meet with onsite dietitian, Colby Golder, R.D., M.S., to learn about healthy eating, managing illness or disease through diet, weight gain or weight loss strategies, or improving athletic performance. Please call 212-305-3400, prompt 1 to check availability and schedule an appointment with Colby. Read more about our rockstar R.D. here. 
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