Drop-in Self-care Programming
These programs are designed to be easily accessible and flexible options for students looking to increase their use of meaningful self-care and peer connection.
Join us on the mat every Tuesday for a 45 minute Yoga Asana (posture) and Pranayama (breath) practice facilitated by Jamie Gratrix. This practice is accessible for all levels & beginners are always welcome. Sessions are held via Zoom and registration is required. The fall schedule will be available later this summer.
This drop-in space is for students to find social support and connection virtually while being physically distant. Connection During COVID is held every other Wednesday, and attendance to previous spaces is not required. Sessions are led by UHS mental health providers via Zoom and require registration. The fall schedule will be available later this summer.
Join us every Thursday for a 30-minute meditation practice. All levels of meditation experience are welcome, this offering focuses on community building and guided meditative practices with time for participants to journal at the end of practice. Sessions are led by Jamie Gratrix via Zoom and require registration. The fall schedule will be available later this summer.
This space is intended for engineering students to get support from each other and the engineering-focus mental health providers at UHS. All concerns are welcome, and some common topics may include: stress, anxiety, depression, motivation, adapting to COVID-19 related life changes, and challenges experienced during internships and co-ops. Students are welcome to attend one or more support spaces, and previous attendance is not required. Support spaces are held via Zoom and registration is required with a @wisc.edu email address.
Presentations & Programs
If you would like to request an outreach program or presentation, submit an outreach request form. Topics may include but are not limited to:
- Red Folder+
- General Mental Health Services overview
- Stress management
- Time management
- How to help a friend
- Critical incident response