Mental Wellness May: Agenda
Monday, May 2nd from 12:00-1:00 PM
An Introduction to the Retreat at the Recreation and Wellness Center
Did you know that our Recreation and Wellness Center has added new space for our students to enjoy? Come and learn about the newly-opened Retreat! The Retreat is located in the SMSU East and includes a calm, cool retreat for all students to enjoy wellness workshops, relaxing massage chairs and quiet study spaces. Come and meet their student leader, Sabrina Kinnally, as she outlines all the Retreat can offer you.
This session is now completed. If you would like to find out more information about the Retreat, please visit them in the SMSU East, or contact Sonia Martinez at email@example.com
Tuesday, May 3rd from 12:00-1:00 PM
Join the Women's Resource Center and the Queer and Transgender Resource Center for an engaging and informative discussion about the importance of body empowerment, the historical context of body appropriation and shaming, and best practices for celebrating your most beautiful and authentic self.
This session is now completed. If you would like more information about resources and events from the Women's Resource Center or the Queer and Transgender Resource Center, please visit the San Manuel Student Union for upcoming events and programs!
Wednesday, May 4th from 4:00-5:00 PM
Combating Academic Burnout
Designed as a follow-up to Dr. Lewin's discussion, please join the Counseling and Psychological Services department, to discuss actionable steps you can take to recognize the signs of academic burnout, take steps to combat the side-effects of academic burnout, and prioritize your mental wellness. This session will be presented by Tavon Harris, MSW, ASW as part of Mental Health Awareness month.
This session is now completed. If you would like more information about resources and events from the Counseling & Psychological Services department, please visit their webpage for upcoming programs!
Thursday, May 5th from 12:00-1:00 PM
The Importance of You
Join the Office of Graduate Studies as we present a session on how to practice self-care and wellness in your everyday life (no yoga membership needed) and how some simple and free mental health outlets can greatly benefit your overall health. This presentation will be presented by April Lane, an alumna of our Public Health graduate program, and Megan Kinnally, an alumna of our English and Writing Studies program.
This session is now completed. If you would like more information about resources and events from the Office of Graduate Studies, please visit our webpage for upcoming programs!