UHS Mental Health Services is excited to invite you to the inaugural Mental Wellbeing Resource Fair on October 10, 2023.
September is Suicide Prevention Month. At UW-Madison, this is a chance for students, faculty, and staff to consider the role we each play in creating a campus community that is compassionate to mental health concerns. …
Learn about UHS many mental health services that are beyond counseling.
University of Wisconsin – Madison is participating in the Healthy Minds Study to better understand current students’ mental health and wellbeing.
The Grief Experience Coping with Critical Incident Stress
Leaving campus can be a break from the demands of school, work, and social activities. But for survivors of interpersonal violence, it can be a time with complicated emotions and conflict.
We are responsible for continued attention and energy toward systems change in the pursuit of social justice and equity.
Creating wellness goals centered around sleep, exercise, and diet can positively impact your mind, body, and study skills. University Health Services’ nutritionist Alicia Bosscher describes wellness goals like a wheel. Think of it like this: …
Kayla Eggen is a mental health provider with Survivor Services.