Health and Wellness Center Programs

Virtual Mental Health workshops


2021 spring semester events

Please register for events if possible but walk-ins are always welcome!

- Tuesday, January 19, 5:30-6:30 pm: Emotion Regulation Virtual Workshop
Led by counselor Josh Root:
Emotions are part of what separates people from the rest of the natural world and make us human. Our emotional experience can range from feelings of intense joy to paralyzing fear and many other feelings along the way. In this workshop, you will learn how to experience your emotions without being consumed and overwhelmed by unnecessary suffering.
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
- Wednesday, February 10, 3:00-4:00 pm: Stress Management and Self-Care Virtual Workshop
Led by counselor Hunter Bramlitt:
As a student, your days can be filled with stress. You may be struggling with adjusting to college, social interactions, finances, balancing responsibilities  or physical responses to stress. During this program you will learn to cope, manage, and decrease stress.
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
- Wednesday, February 10, 2:00-3:00 pm: The Who, What, When, Where of STD's
Led by nurse Cori Hinson:
This program offers some basic insight to STDs such as who can contract an STD, what are the symptoms, what do you do if you think you have an STD, when to get tested, when to use a condom, and where you can get tested. 
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
- Tuesday, February 23, 2:00-3:00 pm: College Student Sleep Workshop
Led by nurse practitioner Kyle Wewers, Doc Bryan Lecture Hall
We'll discuss how much sleep we need, how to get more sleep and strategies to improve the quality of sleep.
 Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
Wednesday February 24, 3:30-5:00 pm: Test Anxiety Virtual Workshop
Led by counselor Craig Witcher: 
Get a better idea of what test anxiety is, where it comes from, and healthy ways to cope with it. 
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
- Tuesday, March 16, 5:30-6:30 pm: Mindfulness Virtual Workshop
Led by counselor Josh Root:
Learn to cultivate the powers of attention and awareness to help you de-stress, relax, and relieve anxiety.
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome!
- Wednesday, March 17, 11:00 am-2:00 pm: Safe Spring Break Tabling Event
Led by nurse Heather Campbell, Hindsman Bell Tower
Attend this tabling event where you will be provided with tips for making safe choices while enjoying your spring break. There will be giveaways at this event. 
- Thursday, April 8, 4:00-5:00pm: Suicide Prevention Virtual Workshop
Led by counselor Janis Taylor
During this workshop we will discuss appropriate steps to take with someone who may be experiencing thoughts of suicide. Come learn skills to help your friends and peers who may be experiencing suicidal ideation get the help they need. 
Register here to attend or walk-ins welcome! 

2021 spring 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. We will meet virtually every Thursday from 3-4 pm starting on January 21 at the following link: 
LGBTQ+ Virtual Group Room.
Athlete Support Group:
The life of a college athlete has unique stressors and challenges. Join our group to learn skills to improve your abilities to handle stress on and off the field. Led by counselors Hunter Bramlitt and Josh Root.  We will meet virtually for 8 weeks on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. starting on January 20 at the following link: Athlete Virtual Support Group Room
Coronavirus Conversations Group:
During these times of rapid change and uncertainty, we are all having to make difficult adjustments to a "new normal." We recognize the unique challenges that our students are facing, and we feel it is important to offer you a way to maintain healthy connections and a sense of community as you navigate these changes. We invite you to join us for a weekly support group about how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting you (big or small), as well as effective skills and strategies to help you cope. This is a busy time, so feel free to drop in for as long as you can. We will meet virtually on Tuesdays from 3-4 p.m. starting on January 19.  We are here to support you, so you can continue to #FightOn! 
Led by counselor Leann Watson and counselor intern Emily Lyman: Coronavirus Conversations Virtual Support Group Room