WELLWVU offers several hands on programs and resources to help students reduce stress. According to a recent AP-mtvU poll, 85% of college students report feeling stressed daily. Simple activities that are easy to learn can dramatically change the way someone perceives stress. Learn about some of the programs we have developed to do the same.
These events can be requested by WVU students, faculty, and staff at locations and events across campus. We also offer custom presentations that can be tailored to specific wellness educational needs. Request one of our programs using the form linked below or reach out to our office via email at email@example.com to get more information.Complete A Program Request Form
This workshop provides simple tools for effectively managing your time as you move through your college experience. A fairly activity-heavy presentation that allows students to practice using effective strategies to increase their success in the college environment.
As the semester responsibilities build, so can our stress. But did you know that how we view stress can impact our performance and overall health? Research shows that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case. In other words, it's all in how you relate to your challenges. This workshop will walk you through identifying your areas of perceived stress, guide you through a mindfulness practice that can help you relate to and turn towards your stress in new ways, and use a reframing worksheet to articulate the new perspective shift you've created. This session will include a few slides, some guided exercises and time for Q&A at the end. Feel free to bring a journal or notepad, but a worksheet will be provided.
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