Join the Addictions Studies Alumni Club (ASAC).

• Network
• Share ideas
• Disseminate information concerning the field of addictions and substance abuse
• Plan and attend workshops
• Participate in events such as our annual Recovery Walk

ASAC meets quarterly. The next meeting of ASAC is Monday, January 26 at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria at GSU. Sign up today or call Alumni Relations at 708.534.4128 for more information.

  • Meetings, Events and Workshops

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    Addictions Studies Alumni Club meets quarterly. They also host events such as the Annual Recovery walk and workshops to earn CEU credits.

    Upcoming Workshops:

    Avoidance of Burnout and Maintaining Wellness in the Addictions and Helping Professions with a special presentation on Wellness.

    Saturday, May 30, 2015
    8:30 a.m. to noon
    $15 ($5 for current GSU students)

    • Longevity in the field of addictions the the helping professions
    • Defining burnout
    • Equity theory
    • Social exchange theory, equity/inequity in the workplace, and stress reduction
    • Coping skills
    • Self-care, wellness and self-efficacy
    • Mindfulness
    • Wellness Plan

     This workshop explores burnout in the field of addictions and in the helping professions.  Burnout will be examined and how burnout theory, equity theory and social exchange theory operate within the process of burnout in the workplace. Mindfulness, self-care and various other coping strategies will be explored as a means to potentially avoid burnout and to promote wellness.  A wellness plan will be considered.

    Register now www.govst.edu/asacworkshopregistration or call 708-534-7892 to register by phone. 

    To be put on a mailing list for future workshops, email alumnirelations2@govst.edu


    Upcoming Event:

    SAVE THE DATE:

    4th Annual Recovery Awareness Walk
    Saturday, September 12
    8:00 a.m. to Noon
    GSU Hall of Governors 

     

  • ASAC Scholarship

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    ASAC raises funds for the Addiction Studies Alumni Club Scholarship, which they give to a GSU student studying addictions. To donate, call 708.534.7892.