Wellness Workshops

Wellness Workshops are offered weekly throughout each term in the Duck Nest Wellness Center, but are also available upon request. Workshops often take place in the form of interactive presentations and can be tailored to the specific needs of those requesting. 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 Monday Workshop
Mondays, 2:00-2:50 p.m., Duck Nest
We offer a rotating topic every Monday. Check out the UO Calendar or the UO Be Well Facebook page for more details. All students welcome to drop-in.




Week 1

January 8, 2018


Week 2

January 15, 2018

UO Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Week 3

January 22, 2018

Depression and SAD and How to Recognize It

Week 4

January 29, 2018

Social Anxiety

Week 5

February 5, 2018

Social Justice Ally

Week 6

February 12, 2018

Understanding Trauma and Coping with PTSD

Week 7

February 19, 2018

Procrastination and Time Management

Week 8

February 26, 2018

Imposter Syndrome

Week 9

March 5, 2018

How to Set Boundaries, Say No, and Communicate Assertively

Week 10 (Stress Less)

March 12, 2018

Gratitude and Positivity

Stress Management Workshop
Wednesdays, 2:00-2:50 p.m., Duck Nest
Learn personalized stress management techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.

Anxiety Management Workshop
Thursdays, 2:00-2:50 p.m., Duck Nest
Gain an understanding of your anxiety triggers and symptoms, and develop strategies for addressing related challenges. All students welcome to drop-in.

Exploring White Identity Workshop
Weeks 5–9 | Thursdays, 3:30–5:00 p.m., UO Counseling Center | Free

This workshop is intended for white-identified students who want to move beyond a surface level understanding of race and engage in open dialogue about how white privilege operates in the United States today. This workshop is intended to increase students’ self-awareness of their own identity and privilege; understanding of race, racism, and institutionalized racism; and confidence in their ability to take action against racial injustice. 

Interested? Please contact Rachel Kovensky at uctcextern1@uoregon.edu to register.


We offer educational presentations and trainings for students, staff, and faculty upon request. 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