Laura Evans Psychoeducational Lecture Series

The Laura Evans Psychoeducational Lecture Series is supported by a gift from Marilyn and Rick Evans and family in honour of their daughter and sister, Laura. Laura was a third-year psychology student at Brock University who at age 19 died of suicide.

In celebration of Laura's generous spirit and willingness to help others, her family wishes to ensure all students can access and benefit from the information provided through this program.

The Student Development Centre is grateful for the lasting impact of this gift.

Laura Evans
Dec. 17, 1985-Oct.28, 2005

List of Presentations

Each presentation is 1.5 - 2 hours in length on the date specified. You may sign up for up to two presentations each term.

All presentations are free. To register for a presentation you would like to attend, please click on the checkbox beside the title of the presentation(s) and press the 'Register' button at the bottom of the table. If the presentation you would like to attend is full, please register and you will be placed on a waitlist. If you are on the waitlist, you may attend the presentation on the day it is offered to see if there is space for you to participate. Please be aware that due to space limitations THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES that you will get a spot. Preference will be given to students who have pre-registered on a first-come, first-served basis.

All lectures are approved activities for the co-curricular record. It is the responsibility of the student to add any desired activities to their own co-curricular record. For more information or to add a lecture as an activity to your co-curricular record click here.

Please check back by the third week of September for a list of groups/lectures being offered this term and register.

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Lectures offered by Psychological Services

Mindfulness Meditation
Managing Anxiety and Stress
Healthy Relationships
Body Satisfaction
Procrastination and Perfectionism
Introduction to Emotion Regulation
Introduction to Distress Tolerance
Public Speaking Anxiety