This is a 6-session workshop series for students who want to develop their social confidence. Students will learn how to shift from “Safety Mode” to “Vital-Action Mode.”
The workshop series will meet on Fridays from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm beginning Feb. 23rd, 2018 in the Solarium (2nd Floor) – Davison Health Center.
If you are interested, please complete the brief online application at https://goo.gl/forms/bnZeXKRx62oRif2p2 by 5 pm on Friday, Feb 16th.
Questions? Please contact Dr. Smith Kidkarndee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become an active bystander!
Register for We Speak We Stand training!
Tuesday, February 20th
7-10pm Boger 114
Empowered bystanders create a safer campus by standing up and speaking out when they witness situations that could potentially harm the health and safety of others.
Intervening with peers can be difficult for a number of reasons and training will provide you with the skills to move from inaction to action and intervene safely and effectively. The training features two distinct and separate tracks: sexual violence prevention and alcohol education and intervention.
Click here for a preview of bystander intervention skills you will learn in the training, brought to you by Wesleyan students.
Register Here at least 48 hours in advance of training date. Snacks provided!
Happy Spring Semester everyone! I want to remind students that my office is a resource for alcohol and other drug issues on campus.
I’m interested in speaking with any students who are worried about alcohol or other drug use (their own or their peers’) and anyone seeking information about the effect of substances on the body or mind. I am also happy to meet with students who have questions about the signs of addiction as well as anyone needing support for establishing or maintaining a sober life on Wesleyan’s campus.
All meetings are private and provided using a nonjudgmental and conversational approach. Meetings are for the purpose of both education and support. During appointments I use an evidence based set of tools called motivational interviewing to help students evaluate for themselves the pros and cons of their current substance use patterns. To set an appointment students can email me at email@example.com. I am on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays and every other Friday.
Pamela Mulready, MS, LPC, LADC, Alcohol and Other Drug Specialist, WesWell
Wesleyan University, Davison Health Center, 860.685.3027 (Direct) 860.685.2470 (Main); wesleyan.edu/weswell
Dear Wes Students,
If you missed the campus-wide flu clinics last month and still interested in receiving a flu shot, please contact the Health Center for an appointment. We have a limited amount of doses available for students only. To make an appointment or for more information, please call 860.685.2470.
DANZA ORGÁNICA: Marsha Parrilla
TALK and PARTICIPATORY DISCUSSION
Friday, November 3, 1:40PM
Schonberg Studio, 247 Pine Street
Puerto Rico was hit by the worst hurricane in over a century. There is currently a humanitarian crisis. Hurricane María left the entire island without electricity, water, and has taken the homes of thousands of Puerto Ricans. The country is completely devastated. The ecological damage is tremendous, and there is a public health crisis.
- there is no electricity or tap water
- water is contaminated in the entire island (there is a strong need for water filters)
- there are outbreaks of: leptospirosis, conjunctivitis, and gastrointestinal disorders
- around 7,000 additional people are living in shelters post Maria
Danza Orgánica (DO), directed by Marsha Parrilla, is a dance theater company that uses movement to generate awareness around social justice concerns. It’s newest work, MELAZA explores de colonial relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States of America. It has also served as a platform to generate awareness around Hurricane Maria, and raise funds towards grassroots organizations.
Come learn some ways to fit self-care into your busy schedule!
We will discuss the importance of self-care and provide some examples of strategies that can be squeezed into an already jam-packed day.
Event will be held at USDAN (Informational Table #4) on
Thursday, 10/26/17 from 12 pm – 2pm.
Questions? Contact us by email!
Ashley Perreira, M.A., CAPS Extern, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackie Pacella, M.A., CAPS Extern, email@example.com
Smith Kidkarndee, Psy.D., CAPS Psychologist, firstname.lastname@example.org
STOP THE SPREAD OF FLU!
Dear Wes Students,
The Davison Health Center in conjunction with the Human Resources Department sponsors annual flu clinics. Clinical services are provided by Middlesex Hospital Homecare. The last flu clinic is TODAY from 4-7pm in 108 Usdan.
Please click on the following link for details about the upcoming clinics and flu facts. http://www.wesleyan.edu/healthservices/Flu Clinic – Students.html
Flu shots are a covered benefit under the university sponsored insurance plan for enrolled students. Please alert the staff when arriving at the clinic if you have the school insurance. Students with private insurance must pay upfront (cash, check, charge to student account) and a receipt will be sent to your campus mail box upon request for you to file to private insurance.
Thank you. Joyce