Wellness Workshops are offered weekly throughout each term in the Duck Nest Wellness Center (EMU 041). Workshops are interactive presentations. Our workshop topics vary, but they are all intended to help support you and the rest of our campus community by addressing concerns and providing a space for open dialogue.

Rotating Workshop
Tuesdays | 2:00–2:50 p.m. | Duck Nest Wellness Center (EMU 041)
We offer a rotating topic every Tuesday. Check out the UO Counseling Center Facebook Events page for more details. All students are welcome to drop-in.

Week Date Title
Week 1 January 8 Getting It Done the SMART Way
Week 2 January 15 Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Week 3 January 22 Mean What You Say, Say What You Mean
Week 4 January 29 Love Me, Love Me Not
Week 5 February 5 Black Mental Health on College Campuses
Week 6 February 12 Blatinx: What is Afro-Latinidad and Who Gets to Claim It?
Week 7 February 19 All Sizes Fit: Appreciation 
Week 8 February 26 All Sizes Fit: Acceptance
Week 9 March 5 Note to Self: Sleep is Important
Week 10 March 12 Hip Hop and Stress Less

Stress and Anxiety Management Workshop
Wednesdays | 2:00–2:50 p.m. | Duck Nest Wellness Center (EMU 041)
Learn how to identify stress and anxiety triggers and work on personalized management techniques. All students are welcome to drop in. 

Presentations

In addition to wellness workshops, we offer educational presentations and trainings for students, staff, and faculty upon request. You can submit a request here. Presentations often focus on mental health topics, discussing Counseling Center services, social justice, and relational health. All of our presentations are designed in collaboration with campus partners or the organizations we are presenting to. If you have an idea of what you'd like, you can request a presentation and work with our staff to create one that fits your interests.

Some examples of presentation topics include:

  • How to support a student in distress
  • Stress, anxiety, and/or depression
  • Mindfulness and self-care
  • Social justice