Health and Wellness Center Programs

2022 Spring semester events

No need to register- just walk in!! 

Building Resilience Workshop
Wednesday, January 19, 3:00-4:00 pm, Doc Bryan 247
Offered by Hunter Bramlitt, LPC
College students often face difficulties and set-backs whether they be academic, relational, or personal. This workshop will help you learn to handle these set-backs in a positive way and keep moving forward.
Sexual Responsibility Week
February 14-18
A week of social media posts, tablings, and workshops focusing on STD awareness and prevention. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter for more information @atustudentwellness.
The Who, What, When, Where of STDS
Tuesday, February 15, 3:00-4:00 pm, Baz-Tech 202
Offered by Cori Hinson, RN
This workshop will provide basic information about sexually transmitted diseases such as who can become infected, what are the different STDs and what are the symptoms, when to get tested, and where to get tested.
Gonorrhea & Chlamydia Screenings
Wednesday, February 16, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, Doc Bryan 133
Free Gonorrhea and Chlamydia screenings for students on a first come first serve basis limit 20. If demand exceeds availability, students will be provided information about where free screenings can be obtained.
STD Awareness for the LGBTQ community/PREP Workshop
Thursday, February 17, 3:00-4:00 pm, Baz-Tech 202
Offered by Cori Hinson, RN
This workshop focuses on the prevalence of STDs within the LGBTQ community and the reason why there is potentially more risk to sexual minorities. It also focuses on ways that sexual minorities can protect themselves and the resources available.
Feeling the Need to Please and Other Insecurities Workshop
Thursday, February 24, 4:00-5:00 pm, Doc Bryan 180
Offered by Janis Taylor, LPC
During this workshop we will discuss people pleasing; what it is, the insecurities it derives from, how it affects mental health, and some ways to cope with it.
Fresh and Flirty vs Foul and Dirty: Hygiene/Dental Health Workshop
Monday, March 7, 10:00-11:00 am, Doc Bryan 180
Offered by Brittany Holt, LPN and Heather Campbell, RN

Join us for this short awareness session on personal hygiene where you will learn the importance of daily cleanliness for both physical and mental health, proper oral and personal hygiene practices, and how to relate this information to your own body.

Mindfulness Workshop
Tuesday, March 8, 3:00-4:00 pm, Doc Bryan 247
Offered by Craig Witcher, LPC
Mindfulness is a practice that helps regulate emotions, decrease stress, anxiety, and depression. This workshop is designed to teach students more about what mindfulness is, why it’s helpful, and how to live more mindfully. Students will also be given the opportunity to practice these skills during the workshop.
Safe Spring Break
March 14-18
A week of social media posts featuring information about staying safe over Spring Break.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @atustudentwellness for more information!
Adulting 101 Workshop
Tuesday, April 12, 11:00 am- 12:00 pm, Hull Student Union
Offered by Cori Hinson, RN
You're in college now so time for some of the basic ins and outs of adulting. This workshop will introduce some basic life skills that the HWC staff have noticed students need such as scheduling recommended yearly medical screenings, how to establish care with a primary physician, what health information you should know to complete health forms, and many other helpful tips for transitioning into adulthood.
Test Anxiety
Tuesday, April 12, 3:00- 4:00 pm, Baz-Tech 202
Offered by Craig Witcher, LPC
If anxiety is getting in the way of your academic performance, then the Test Anxiety Workshop is for you! This workshop will be an opportunity for students to learn the symptoms of anxiety and how to recognize when they are experiencing test anxiety. Students will also learn about why they experience test anxiety and ways to effectively manage it. This workshop is hosted by the Health and Wellness Center and will be led by a licensed professional counselor.

2022 spring counseling Groups

LGBTQ+ Support Group  

This group, led by counselor Craig Witcher, LPC, is offered for students who are facing the challenges of being LGBTQ+ in a heteronormative environment.  The group is designed to facilitate peer support with the assistance of a licensed counselor. The group begins Thursday, January 27th and will be from 3:30-4:30.  For the time being and to ensure everyone’s safety, the group will meet virtually at: 


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Virtual Mental Health workshops