Stressed Out? your invited to lunch and chat!
Women Mentoring Women (WMW) promotes and facilitates the development of mentoring relationships among female graduate students, post-docs, faculty and staff.
wmw at mailman.yale.edu
Mon Feb 16 14:25:11 EST 2009
You are invited to the Ladies who Lunch gathering is scheduled for
Monday February 23
HGS 401 @ noon
register here: http://fs3.formsite.com/yalegraduateschool/form810654157/index.html
This session of Ladies who Lunch gathering is focused on:
Graduate School and Stress - especially for graduate women.
We are hoping that you will take this time to join us for lunch & talk about it!
Carole Goldberg is a licensed clinical psychologist on staff at the Department of Mental Hygiene and the Department of Health Education at the Yale University Health Services. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and has been at Yale since 1995. Dr. Carole T. Goldberg heads the S.H.A.R.E. Center. Dr. Goldberg received her BA from the University of Maine, and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. She did her clinical training at Yale University and two postdoctoral years at Yale institutions, the Yale Psychiatric Institute and Yale University Health Services. Dr. Goldberg began her work with YUHS in the Department of Mental Hygiene in 1997 and in 1998, began dividing her time between Mental Hygiene and Health Education. During the last several years she has helped establish sexual assault response protocols for YUHS and on campus, and coordinated efforts between YUHS, the Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale University Police. During these past few years she also developed sexual assault awareness programs on campus, including Sex Signals which is now a part of Freshman Orientation. Dr. Goldberg is the advisor for several campus groups including CONSENT - the sexual assault hotline, WALDEN- general peer counselors, and NO MORE - Men Against Rape. She has also worked with the members of RSVP - the Rape and Sexual Violence Prevention group to help raise student awareness. She is the advisor to Safety Net, which is the umbrella organization comprised of representatives from each of the sexual and mental health groups on campus.
"Ladies who Lunch" is an opportunity to speak with and meet other women who have done remarkable, intriguing things, made memorable footprints on their journey, and or offer graduate women personal insights through their expertise. These are casual gatherings designed to give participants time to engage in conversation with our guests.
Victoria A. Blodgett
Assistant Dean and Director
Graduate Career Services
HGS Room 124
GSAS, Yale University
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