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Victim or Creator: Changing Your Mindset with Caleb S. Boswell — February 26

In Recognition of Black History Month, SC4’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is offering the following event for students, faculty, staff and community.

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is offering a 60-minute chat session with Caleb S. Boswell on the topic of “Victim or Creator: Changing Your Mindset,” at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, via Zoom. The session is geared toward students but community, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend.

This presentation looks at the thoughts and language that we use internally (“victim” vs. “creator” and inner critic vs. inner defender vs. inner guide). The goal is to understand these concepts. The hope is that students can apply this information both academically and daily.

Caleb S. Boswell, MA, LLPC has a passion for mental wellness and education. He is currently a Student Advisor in the Office of Counseling & Career Planning at Washtenaw Community College and serves as a part-time instructor. Also, at WCC, he is the facilitator for Brother 2 Brother, a program for underrepresented males on campus. He is the co-facilitator of the college Collegiate Recovery Program, which serves students in recovery from substance abuse.

Mr. Boswell has worked in higher education over the past ten years in various capacities for CMU, EMU, and Wayne State University. He has also served in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Ypsilanti public schools. He has extensive experience working with programming that promotes college access and personal development. He is committed to helping students succeed and strives to assist them with a holistic approach. He has done presentations on mental wellness and often uses his social media outlets to promote mental wellness and therapy benefits with the hashtag #TherapyIsNormal.

Caleb is also the co-facilitator of The Healing Collective. This is an online community where various topics of mental wellness are discussed during COVID-19. He is a proud Central Michigan University alum, where he double majored in psychology and communications, and also earned his master’s degree in college counseling from Eastern Michigan University.

To reserve your spot and receive login information, email