Lights, camera, wellness!
In this Thrive in Five episode, our Nurse Outreach Educator Nancy Baden discusses how to keep your immune system strong and your body healthy.
Want to boost your wellness? Check out these resources for more information on immunity:
We believe that creating community is best done when it is accessible to all folks in the community!
On 5/12/2021, the Office of Student Wellness partnered with Accessibility and Disability Resources (ADR) to host a workshop entitled "Community Care and Self-Care: Creating a More Accessible, Well Wellesley"
Together, our offices along with Peer Health Educators and Student Access Advocates, student leaders, and students-at-large, explored how to create accessible, inclusive spaces in orgs and throughout campus spaces, while also caring for ourselves and one another for a more well campus overall.
To watch the video, please click here! For handouts, slides, and additional resources, please see below:
Check out this video on Community Immunity brought to you by our Balance Health Educators to learn some tips on keeping yourself and the community healthy!
Fresh Check Day is a unique, uplifting, and fun mental health and suicide awareness and prevention program developed by the Jordan Proco Foundation. Designed to engage college communities in dialogue around mental health through interactive activities (modified virtually for covid times), it encourages students to be one of the nine out of ten who can help someone in need!
Brought to you in collaboration with the Stone Center, Active Minds, the Office of Student Wellness, and the Office of Residential Life and student volunteers. Our original program aired live on Wednesday, April 7th 2021 at 1:00 pm EST but you can view it here and explore Fresh Check at home!
Presented by Harambee House and co-sponsored by Acorns, Slater, LGBTQ+ Programs and Services, a series of panels were presented in Spring 2021 featuring campus resources. Click here to view the Office of Student Wellness join ORSL and PERA to discuss how OSW supports students from an instersectional, holistic approach, as well as our programs offerings to support your unique wellness!
Want to boost your wellness? Check out these resources for more information on mindfulness:
Meditations and mindfulness
- Videos from Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
In this Thrive in Five episode, our Nurse Outreach Educator Nancy Baden discusses the importance of sleep to support your holistic well-being, and how to improve our sleep routines for more optimal sleep.
Want to boost your wellness? Check out these resources for more information on sleep:
In this Thrive in Five episode, our Director of the Office of Student Wellness Allie Weinberg discusses the nuances between self-soothing and self-care, and also explores concepts of grounding techniques and dimensions of wellness to better support your holistic well-being.
Want to boost your wellness? Check out these resources for more information on self-care:
The transition from college to your next chapter involves navigating change and learning about yourself. The Office of Student Wellness shares some of our recommendations for you as you think about the many components of your own individual wellness journey. We answer questions about some basics such as sleep schedules and grocery shopping, as well as concepts such as mindfulness, gratitude, humor, resilience, and joy!
In this Thrive in Five episode, our Graduate Fellow Talia Seavey discusses how yoga focuses on our mind-body connection to help better manage stress and support your holistic well-being.
Want to boost your wellness? Check out these resources for more information on yoga and stress management:
Originally created as a virtual booth for Fresh Check Day 2021, Younique is a Fresh Check Day booth with a goal to raise awareness about the prevalence of disordered eating and negative body image in college students and to provide resources to support students who are struggling.
This video was created by the Office of Student Wellness and student volunteers to model how we might have conversations with friends or loved ones around body inclusivity and challenging limiting thoughts around food. We encourage you to check it out and embrace the "younique" beauty of you! If you are looking for additional resources around disordered eating, body image, or nutrition, please visit our resources or contact our Barbara Southcote our Registered-Dietitian Nutritionist in the Office of Student Wellness.