You have been sanctioned to attend CHOICES, an alcohol education class conducted by Pam Paulmann.
Curriculum overview: Students will explore their drinking patterns, related attitudes about alcohol, and their motivation to change their drinking. The biology of alcohol (blood alcohol effects and tolerance) and the significant differences between men and women in regards to consumption will be discussed. Personal risk factors and identifying high-risk drinking situations will be examined in the context of developing strategies to minimize risk and attain lifestyle balance. This class is 90 minutes.
- Build motivation to change
- Develop skills to deal with high-risk situations
- Form behavioral goals around alcohol and other drugs
When registering, include your name, student ID, year, box number, and the class day and time you wish to attend.
|April 10||9:00 a.m.||Dolan Hall firstname.lastname@example.org|
|April 16||9:30 a.m.||Dolan Hall email@example.com|
|April 22||12 noon||Dolan Hall firstname.lastname@example.org|
|May 1||9:00 am||Dolan Hall rm email@example.com|
If you have any questions or a scheduling conflict, contact Pam Paulmann at firstname.lastname@example.org, with your name, student ID, year, box number, and the class day and time you wish to attend.