CogWell programs are designed to be interactive, informative, and fun! They are successful in teaching peer-to-peer support skills through simply listening.
This one-hour interactive workshop allows students to learn and practice Effective Listening Skills to improve peer support among students. The workshop includes an engaging ice breaker, role-plays, and a Kahoot! game. Previously trained groups include: Greek life, sports teams, student leaders, religious clubs, general student clubs, academic courses and clubs, and social clubs.
This one-hour interactive workshop provides deeper insight and practice into effective listening skills. Students will take part in a mock scenario with peers to practice their skills. In order to take this workshop, students must have completed the Listen Up Workshop.
A chapter is our most extensive program where CogWell becomes a student life organization on campus. Students in CogWell chapters meet weekly and experience activities for self-care, a safe place for discussion, team-bonding events and dinner. This is an authentic community with the common goal of continued education, personal growth, and support. A CogWell staff member will also oversee the chapter and guide the student leaders and school advisor. Student leaders in chapters can also be trained to lead workshops on their campus.