Counseling and Health Groups, Meet-ups and Events

CHC Spring 2024 Groups and Workshops

Get support from your peers in groups, or learn new skills in a Student Success Workshop facilitated by CHC Counselors



ADHD Skills Group  

On Zoom, Wednesdays 1:00 pm-2:00 pm, starting April 24 

Group is 6 weeks long, registration open until May 1 

Open to all Clark students with ADHD, or ADHD-like challenges.  

Do you struggle to stay focused, get motivated, or follow through on assignments? Has online learning been a challenge? Then this group is for you! Our group is a place to form connections with other students dealing with similar issues, share ideas, and learn ADHD management skills to help you succeed in the college environment.

Contact Beth with questions at
Register here for the  ADHD Skills Group. 

Autism Support Group 

On Zoom, Thursdays from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm, starting May 2

Group is 6 weeks long, registration open until May 16

Open to all Clark students with Autism or suspected Autism. 

Do you identify as neurodivergent/Autistic/a student on the Autism Spectrum, including Asperger's Syndrome? Interested in making new friends, checking in on your week, and discussing strategies for personal and academic success? Join us for our exciting 5-week Autism Spectrum Group! We will meet over Zoom every Thursday from 12pm-1pm starting the 4th week of each quarter (excluding summers). This is a friendly, supportive environment that is affirming of the neurodiversity paradigm. Group is open to any Clark College student with Autism or suspected Autism.

For more information, please email Shayna (
Register here for Autism Support Group.  


Crafting and Connection

In person, in the Counseling and Health Center Sensory Room (HSC 124)

Every other Tuesday from 1:00 pm-2:00 pm (4/23, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4) 

Creativity and connection can help boost our mood and keep us motivated in tough moments.  Come hang out in the super cozy CHC Sensory Room, drink tea and eat snacks, chat and craft with other kind humans, and learn some ideas for keeping yourself healthy and on track with your goals. No crafting experience necessary- all are welcome! 

Groups are drop-in, so you can come to just one or as many as you want.

Email Beth with questions at
Register here for the Crafting and Connections Group! 



Succeeding in College with ADHD

Do you have ADHD, or think that you might? Is it hard to stay focused, get motivated, or follow through on assignments? Has online learning been a challenge? This workshop will cover tips and resources to help you successfully manage ADHD and succeed in the college environment. 

Overcoming Test Anxiety

Does your mind go blank during timed tests? Test anxiety is a common experience that is very treatable with the right tools. Come learn some effective strategies for overcoming test anxiety and improving your grades. 


Human beings have amazing brain and behavior adaptations that make us successful in our work, relationships, and communities. Some of these abilities serve us better than others. Procrastination (not to be confused with prioritization) is a behavior unique to our species. This workshop will help you better understand why you procrastinate and offers techniques to get you out of that toxic cycle of putting off things that really matter to you. 

Resisting Perfectionism

Do you struggle with perfectionism?  Push yourself to the point of overwhelm or exhaustion?  Harshly criticize yourself for not meeting your standards?  Come learn tips and tricks on dealing with this personality trait.  

Imposter Syndrome and Creating Academic Confidence

Do you struggle with feeling confident in your assignments, or feel that you have to work harder than most to be successful? Check out this workshop where we will learn about why we experience these feelings and explore ways to feel more confident in your academic work! 

Stress Management

Stress is an important part of our lives as humans; however, we have more chronic stressors than ever before in human history and our bodies, brains and relationships are paying the price. This workshop centers on understanding the human stress response, the impact of stress, and offers empirically driven techniques to effectively manage the impact of stress.