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LifeShops Posters and Flyers
LifeShops Posters not only help advertise your center, they also serve to provide interventions on common issues facing college students.  An underlying goal in all outreach efforts is to begin conversation with students and to prompt conversation among students on common campus and life issues.  The posters are designed to prompt reflection and re-assessment of some of the typical realities on college campuses that lead to mental health and safety challenges.  

This poster includes common statements students make regarding why they drink in college, then names this as Conformity, prompting students to consider the implication of this. Contact Info can be customized for your center.  

This poster places common life constructs in life as destinations on a highway sign, including "control", "vulnerability" and "chaos" with directions and mileage indicators to prompt student reflection on their approach to life. Contact Info can be customized for your center.

This card depicts Depression as a "liar" as a stigma reducing way of helping students imagine a way of combating depression via cognitive strategies. Contact Info can be customized for your center.

This poster prompts students to consider Strength as complimentary to rather than opposite of  vulnerability. Contact Info can be customized for your center.

This poster contains dozens of statements about being on campus, with a balance between joy and struggle, with the words ME TOO, superimposed on the statements to remind students that their experiences are likely shared by others. Contact Info can be customized for your center.

This poster includes common statements associated with the Hook Up culture, then names this as Conformity, prompting students to consider the implication of this. Contact Info can be customized for your center. 

This is the poster version of the LifeCards tool Defining Success.  It lists various nuances of Success definition,  prompting students to consider and discuss their priorities and needs.   Contact Info can be customized for your center.

Extending the Depression as Liar approach, this poster/card introduces suicide as the most deceptive cognitive distortion.  Contact Info can be customized for your center.

This poster offers students a succinct definition of Confidence that both prompts reflection and allows them to shift away from a socially defined notion of self-esteem.

This poster prompts students to consider one of the common sources of suppressed motivation, helping restore a sense of agency via a subtle shift in language.

Stop Comparing Yourself
This poster is among a series of "Stop Signs" that offers students both, a reminder of how much they tend to engage in anxiety causing comparisons to peers and insights into the underlying dynamic of such comparisons.  

Stop the Glorification of Busy
A common mindset in highly competitive settings is a peer-driven and status-driven pressure to be or appear always busy.   This poster directly confronts that norm in a succinct visual that exposes the often toxic dynamic that impacts campus communities.