Hey Wesleyan! Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) welcomes you to campus for the 2017-2018 year. We are happy to share with you that, with support from Student Affairs and the President’s Office, we begin this year with additional staff to help meet your needs. We also want to make sure you know what services CAPS … Read moreCounseling Support at Wes
STUDENT-RUN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP (Sponsored by the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services–CAPS) Meets: Weekly Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 12 Time: 8:00pm Location: Solarium (Room 201) (2nd fl., Davison Health Center) Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave … Read moreStudent-Run Grief Support Group — starting Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Resilience Retreat 2017: Are you yearning to feel more grounded, capable, and confident? We invite you to participate in an off-campus, all-expense paid, interfaith weekend retreat from October 6-8 to help you enjoy increased resiliency by discovering and cultivating your own inner strength and peace. During this program, we will discuss key components of resilience, … Read moreResilience Retreat 10/6-8/17: Forms due September 15
Counseling and Psychological Services welcomes the class of 2021! Your first semester at Wesleyan may be the most fun you’ve ever had, or it may be the toughest transition you’ve ever experienced. Or it could be both. The clinicians at CAPS are ready to meet with you, whether for one session or many, to assist … Read moreCounseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Welcome to the Davison Health Center: The Health Center is staffed by a clinical team ready to keep you healthy while residing on campus. We provide care for illness and injuries, as well as wellness visits ranging from immunizations (i.e. flu shots), sexual health screenings and testing, travel consultations and nutrition counseling. We are open … Read moreThe Davison Health Center
So where do you go or who do you call if you need academic support or study resources to help ensure your success in mastering course material, managing your time, or clearing your head to focus on work? Check out the amazing list on the Student Academic Resources homepage! Some resources to highlight include your … Read moreAcademic Support Resources
WesWell is the Office of Health Education located in the Davison Health Center. WesWell aims to be visible, engaging and support students in living their best, healthy lives. There are many ways for new students to get involved! WesWell’s Peer Health Advocates (PHAs) organize outreach events and interactive workshops throughout the year on topics like: … Read moreGet Healthy, Stay Healthy and Be Involved with WesWell!
Being A Self-Advocate: Communication is the Key to Success According to the New Oxford American Dictionary, the verb advocate means to “publicly recommend or support.” Advocacy, the noun conjugation of advocate, is defined as “public support for or recommendation for a particular cause or policy.” However, self-advocate and self-advocacy are not officially defined in any … Read moreThoughts from a Peer Advisor: “Being a Self-Advocate: Communication is the Key to Success”
June 2017 College life can be exciting, but it will differ significantly from your past experience. New environments, new friends, new classes, new ideas, new experiences are yours for the taking. And while there is familiarity with being a student, since that’s what you’ve been doing for most of your life, you may need to adapt your … Read moreTransitioning to College