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Presented By: University Health Service

Listening Circles

To Connect and Be Heard

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Listening Circles are new and free for U-M undergraduates and graduate students!

In this time of COVID-19, many students feel isolated and yearn for deeper connections.

Listening Circles can help create space for students to share experiences and feelings, create connections, and look to the future.

The goal of a listening circle is to create space for shared emotional connection about the impact of pressing issues, such as racism and the pandemic. We aim to support individuals and communities to explore these collective experiences together. Listening circles provide a space for students to connect, share their experiences and look to the future.

Consider joining an upcoming Listening Circle on Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:15 PM on:
February 11, 2021: Well-being and Race
February 25: Loneliness and Connection
March 11: Overwhelm and Stressors of a Remote Year

Please sign-up on Sessions!

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