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[10/19] October is #RVAM - Relationship Violence Awareness Month | Mark Your Calendars for Our Upcoming Events

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CSW HIGHLIGHTS
October is #RVAM - Relationship Violence Awareness Month
Wear purple on Oct 21: Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, wear purple on Wednesday, October 21st to stand in solidarity and start a conversation about relationship violence. Learn more here.

Join us on campus on Oct 21: Stop by the Wear Purple Day table at CUMC, Lower Level Lobby, Hammer Building. We’ll be there 11:30am-3pm with supplies. Come have a conversation, grab some snacks and make a poster.

Shine the Light in Harlem on Oct 26: Get some friends together and join the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk and Speak Out on Monday, October 26th, 5:30pm. We will be gathering for the “Shine the Light Walk” in front of the Harlem Independent Living Center at 289 St. Nicholas Avenue (between 124th and 125th streets) at 5:15pm. You can find more information here.

Learn more about relationship violence: You can find out more about relationship violence here or you can visit one of SVR’s three on-campus locations.
#QOTW
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.”
- Chinese Proverb
#WELLTIP
Practice kindness. To be kind towards others, we need to be kind to ourselves. Try this exercise to help develop self-compassion.
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SUGGESTIONS
MHS Launches a Skills Group for Managing Eating & Emotions
Mental Health Services (MHS) is launching short-term skills-based group that focuses on strategies and coping tools to manage feelings that underlie food and body image struggles. Find out more here

Join the MHS Balance Skills Group
MHS offers a skills-based group that focuses on developing tools for managing stress, including mindfulness, limit-setting and grounding.  The group meets once a week (either Tues 9-10 am or Fri 3-4 pm) and runs for about ten sessions.  New cycles are beginning the week of October 27th. Learn more here.
EVENTS
Nursing Students for Reproductive Health Presents Microbirth
Monday, October 19 | 7pm | HSC LL 204
Join us for a free screening of Microbirth, a new documentary investigating the latest research about the microscopic events happening during childbirth. More details here

CUMC Knits 

Monday, October 19  | 4:30-6pm | HSC LL 109B
Join us for an afternoon of knitting and connecting. Needles & instruction provided - all levels welcome & encouraged! To be added to our CUMC Knits email list, please email us here.  

Pet Therapy 
Thursday, October 22 | 4-5pm | Bard Hall Lobby
Our golden retriever, Sawyer, will be here for an hour of puppy love - come by and say hello!


CUMC Family Friendly Picnic
Sunday, October 25  | 2-5pm | Inwood Hill Park
Please join GSA and Center for Student Wellness for a family friendly picnic for CUMC students and their families. Bring your kids for an afternoon of fun games, activities and connecting with other CUMC students and their families. Dessert will be provided, please bring a snack or two to share. Any questions please contact Kathryn Davis.

Intersecting Identities: Issues in Healthcare for Queer Women of Color
Thursday, October 29 | 6pm | Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Annenberg 12-01
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the State University of New York at Downstate Medical School are pleased to host a panel discussion on the intersectionality of identities in healthcare, with a particular focus on queer women of color. Refreshments will be served! Learn more here and RSVP


Decorate a Pumpkin Crafternoon
Friday, October 30 | 2-4pm | Bard Hall Lobby
Come get festive with us on the Friday before Halloween! Stop by and decorate a mini-pumpkin using feathers, sharpies, stickers, or (our favorite) googly eyes. 
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 in our FAQs.

When are they?
Effective Monday, October 5th, we will no longer have designated walk-in hours. Instead, 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. 

For important information regarding these changes, including why we've made them, how to make a Wellness Appointment and the best times to reach Jane & Justin, please read more here.
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Wed | 12:30-1pm | 5th Floor Chapel
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Tuesday | 12:30-1:00p | 1st FL Rm 1200
Yoga & Pilates
Registration for the Fall 2015 Pilates & Yoga Program is still open! Please download our program overview for information on class and ticket package options, info on our yoga/Pilates instructors, the semester calendar and details on the registration process. After registration is complete, please make sure that you fill out our online waiver. You will not be permitted to take class without a signed waiver. 
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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