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    UndocWellness in Action Spring 2021 Greetings undocumented student community. We are excited to offer a 8-week skills building group starting mid February 2021. In order to ensure that it is a good fit for your needs, a brief conversation with one of the group facilitators, Bianca Barrios, PhD or Lisa Quach, MSW is required before joining. To sign up for this 15 minute informational dialogue, simply fill out your full name in an open drop-in slot and write the phone number you wish to be reached at in the “comments” box. This is an important step as we’ll have no other way to reach you. Bianca or Lisa will send you a secure message through the e-tang portal with the zoom link for the consultation. If none of the times listed work for you, no problem! Please call Bianca's confidential voicemail box to arrange an alternative time. Bianca Barrios, PhD: (510) 664-5342 Undocu-Wellness in Action is an 8 week psycho-educational , skill building group for undocu-students experiencing mild to moderate anxiety, depression, or stress. -Learn strategies for personal awareness, develop coping tools for status-related issues, and incorporate wellness techniques to shift from surviving to thriving. - Meet other folks who experience similar challenges and barriers. - Topics include: self-care, the body's response to trauma, thinking patterns and mood, mindfulness, and social support. WHEN: Tuesdays, 4:30pm - 6:00pm Starting Mid February 2021 IMPORTANT: Please do not sign up for a telephone consult with USP staff if you are experiencing a life threatening crisis. For urgent issues, crisis counseling is available Mondays-Fridays, 9am-5pm by calling CAPS and speaking with an urgent support counselor (510) 642-9494. Please make sure your voicemail box is set up in case you miss our call the first time. Please cancel using the code sent to your email from WeJoinin if you’re no longer able to make it. Please note that this consult is not considered formal therapy. In Solidarity, Bianca Barrios, PhD Licensed Psychologist Undocumented Student Program UC Berkeley (510) 664-5342 ...
    HeartSpeak: Support Group for Undocumented Students Greetings undocumented student community. We are excited to offer a weekly support group starting February 17, 2021 In order to ensure that it is a good fit for your needs, a brief phone conversation with the group facilitator, Diana Peña is required before joining. To sign up for this 20 minute group screen, simply fill out your full name in an open drop-in slot and write the phone number you wish to be reached at in the “comments” box. This is an important step as we’ll have no other way to reach you. Diana will call you at the time of your drop-in appointment from a blocked number; please be available to answer your phone 5-10 minutes before and after the exact time slot. If none of the times listed work for you, no problem! Please call Diana’s confidential voicemail box to arrange an alternative time. Diana Peña, PhD: (510) 664-7483 HeartSpeak: A Support Group for Undocumented Students This weekly support space centers social connection as a foundation for wellness, racial trauma-healing, and resilience during difficult times. Each virtual session will offer a conversational support space, as well as beginner-level meditation skill practice. Additional coping tools will be offered as collective group needs arise. No prior experience necessary to join.. WHEN: Wednesdays, 4:00pm -5:30pm Starting: February 17, 2021 IMPORTANT: Please do not sign up for a telephone consult with USP staff if you are experiencing a life threatening crisis. For urgent issues, crisis counseling is available Mondays-Fridays, 9am-5pm by calling CAPS and speaking with an urgent support counselor (510) 642-9494. Please make sure your voicemail box is set up in case you miss our call the first time. Please note that this consult is not considered formal therapy. I look forward to supporting you and helping you connect to your resilience during this difficult time. In Solidarity, Diana Peña, PhD Mental Health Coordinator & Licensed Psychologist Undocumented Student Program UC Berkeley Huichin Ohlone Land (510) 664-7483 ...
    USP Mental Health Drop-in (i.e. informal consult) Greetings undocumented student community. The USP mental health team is excited to offer virtual “Let’s Talk” (aka Drop-in) for all undocumented students at Cal. Slots are released once a week, so please check back if you’re interested in a later date (or call for an appointment). To access this service, simply fill out your name in an open drop-in slot and write the phone number you wish to be reached at in the “comments” box. Bianca or Diana will call you at the time of your drop-in appointment; please be available to answer your phone 5-10 minutes before and after the exact time slot. If none of the times listed work for you, no problem! Please call Bianca or Diana directly to arrange a consult or individual therapy appointment at a different time. Bianca Barrios, PhD: (510) 664-5342 Diana Peña, PhD: (510) 664-7483 IMPORTANT: Please do not sign up for a telephone consult with USP staff if you are experiencing a life threatening crisis. For urgent issues, crisis counseling is available Mondays-Fridays, 9am-5pm by calling CAPS and speaking with an urgent support counselor (510) 642-9494. Please make sure your voicemail box is set up in case you miss our call the first time. Please cancel using the code sent to your email from WeJoinin if you’re no longer able to make it. Please note that a 'drop-in' is not considered formal therapy. We look forward to supporting you and helping you connect to your resilience during this difficult time. In Solidarity, Diana Peña, PhD Mental Health Coordinator & Licensed Psychologist Undocumented Student Program UC Berkeley Huichin Ohlone Land (510) 664-7483 ...