Student Health and Wellness
The Student Health and Wellness Program was created with a particular purpose in mind. As a team we are here to identify the needs of students by understanding both local and national trends and to steadfastly work to address those needs in a sustainable way as a community with honesty and compassion.
Digital wellness resources
Our Student Health and Wellness Team knows that counseling isn’t the right fit for everyone but that sometimes a little extra motivation can go a long way to make things feel more manageable.
Connect with one of our Motivational Coaches for support on setting goals, reducing barriers to success and improving your overall functioning by being intentional about your life. Learn more about motivational coaching.
TalkCampus is an app that provides a 24/7 peer-support community. You have access to this resource with your WWU email. This is a great option if you have some things on your mind that you need to express and want to feel the support of college students who get it! Learn more about TalkCampus.
Are you interested in exploring information that is specific for the things you might be trying to figure out? Check out youatwallawalla.com and use your WWU username and password to check out this amazing resource. You will have access to so many useful tips, ideas and points of connection that will help you succeed and thrive in college and at life! When you have signed up, send an email to email@example.com and let us know. We'll send you a little present! Check out youatwallawalla.com and take control of your well-being.
Weekly events and programs
The Finding Center class is exactly that, focusing on your breath and adding gentle stretches and movement to calm and restore the nervous system. This class is primarily for rest, relaxation and restoration. Heather’s goal is to create a safe and welcoming space for all students to explore their own personal wellness journey and to aid in reconnecting the mind and body to help combat stress and the general hustle of daily life.
Led by: Heather Rodriguez
Heather is an Assistant Professor of Social Work and has a professional background in clinical mental health and is a 200 RYT.
The class is meeting at 6:30 pm on Wednesday nights on the grass next to the tennis courts. Mats and blocks provided. Class will continue through June 2, 2021.