Additional Wellbeing Resources

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Reset. Relax. Restore.
 

NEW during the 2022 Spring semester, Reset. Relax. Restore. provides students with pathways to build skills for managing mental health, whether they want to engage in-person or via online classes. Students can choose to explore one or more programs, ranging from drop-in meditation classes to a weekend workshop (Feb. 26-28), and five-week courses starting the week of March 21. Completed together or sampled separately, each component of Reset. Relax. Restore. can shape the habits and behaviors that impact one’s wellbeing. Students are welcome to sample one or more program offerings.

Check back for Fall 2022 information - coming soon!

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Let’s Talk  

Let’s Talk is a program that provides informal drop-in consultations for U of MN students throughout the academic year. No appointment is necessary for these consultations, just drop in (virtually or in-person) during the scheduled times on the Let’s talk calendar. Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling/crisis resources and is not mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to your specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources.

Let's Talk is currently only offered virtually. Find information about how to join here.

PAWS

 

 

PAWS

Feeling stressed? Love animals? Pet away worry & stress at RecWell!

PAWS visits the Rec every Monday from 12-2pm in MP 6th on the 4th floor. Click here to learn more. 

SCS general 

Want to explore mental health services at the U of M? Check out Student Counseling Services (SCS). SCS offers a range of free and confidential services for UMN Twin Cities students including: short-term individual therapy, groups, and workshops. Starting Fall semester 2021, many of our services will be available both in person and virtually.

SCS groups/workshops

Student Counseling Services (SCS) offers a range of online educational workshops, affinity groups, and therapy groups free to all UMN Twin Cities students. You will learn new skills and strategies, connect with other students, and share experiences in a safe, supportive, online environment. Groups range in number of participants, meeting time, and frequency.

SNAC

Looking for some nutritional resources? Visit https://boynton.umn.edu/snac to learn abut the SNAC.

Physical Therapy

You can meet with a physical therapist at RecWell! Please visit https://boynton.umn.edu/pt for more information on the physical therapy program.