The Coping with Anxiety Workshop Series is an online educational and interactive series of workshops intended for students who struggle with anxiety and who are registered with the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities.
Anxiety can be like a brick wall that prevents us from doing what truly matters to us and living our best lives. Throughout this series of four workshops, we will explore anxiety through a lens of self-compassion and valued living. We will discuss how anxiety functions, how it impacts us, and what to do when it gets in our way.
You do not need to register for all four workshops. Come to one, come to all, the choice is yours!
The workshops will be interactive with various exercises and hands-on techniques. You can choose whether you want to actively participate or observe. You can leave your camera on or off. It is your choice.
Facilitator: Dr. Moire Stevenson, Lead for Disability Accommodations (ACSD) and Clinical Psychologist
Moire Stevenson, PhD, is the Lead for Disability Accommodations at the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities (ACSD). At the ACSD, Dr. Stevenson overseas accommodations procedures and practices and offers various workshops and gives presentations to students, staff, and faculty. She has an extensive background in support for individuals with disabilities. Before joining Concordia in September 2022, Dr. Stevenson worked as a clinical psychologist at the Lethbridge-Layton Mackay Rehabilitation Centre and in private practice. Dr. Stevenson also runs a Mindfulness Outdoors program in Montreal.