APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW IN PERSON AT CLSA! Every Thursday | 2-4pm Each session is 30 minutes We acknowledge all of the changes that are taking place in your lives. Therefore, CLSA has teamed up with Dr. Dana Reyes, MCAPS therapist, to provide our students with additional wellness support. ***WE WANT TO ENSURE ALL STUDENTS HAVE EQUAL ACCESS TO THIS SERVICE. TIME SLOTS FOR WEEKLY DROP-IN HOURS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THAT WEEK ONLY -AND WILL BE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. Dr. Dana Reyes specializes in strengths-based therapy while taking into account cultural, social, and systemic factors. In order to [...]
Presented by EmPower and CLSA Presented by the EmPOWER Center in collaboration with CLSA November is all about gratitude, so why not give yourself some much-needed appreciation by writing a letter to yourself. The EmPOWER Center in collaboration with CLSA invites you to join us for a Savoring and Gratitude Letter Writing Workshop where you’ll learn about what it means to practice savoring and gratitude and how it helps prolong your positive experiences, all while writing and decorating a letter to yourself. The best part… we can mail your letter to you next semester! Surprise yourself in the New Year with [...]
PRESENTED BY CLSA and CLAREMONT HILLEL, and JEWISH CHAPLAINCY Friday, November 4th Service: 5:30PM Dinner: 6:30PM At the McAlister CenterShabbat is the Jewish day of rest. Come join us on Friday evening to take a break from a long and busy week with Shabbat services and community dinner to honor the rich history of Jewish Latinx traditions. *We will be serving a vegetarian meal: enchiladas, rice, beans, nopales, chips and salsa, and churros for dessert.
Come join CMC CARE + CLSA as we bring Vianney Harelly to The Claremont Colleges! Vianney is a Mexican American poet who talks a lot about what it means to be Latinx and the struggles often faced but not talked about in our communities. We hope that through this inner child healing poetry workshop, we can create a community and safe space within the Latinx students at the 5Cs. Such topics could range from mental health to growing up, to cultural norms. Our audience will mostly be Latinx students since that is what Vianney Harelly’s poetry is about, but it will [...]