Mental Well-Being: "What is the WRC doing?"

Campus community trainings
The Wellness Resource Center wants to equip all members of the campus community with accurate information and the latest research in mental well-being.  We have a number of trainings and programming available.  Learn more about programming or request a program today!

  • Peer-Facilitated Programs- Student organizations, instructors, athletic teams, and other groups can request a program facilitated by the WRC's HEART Peer Educators 
    • Owl About Stress – This program empowers students to reframe how they think about stress.
    • Owls Stop Stigma – This program explores origins of mental health stigma, how students can identify and support friends who may be struggling, and how each individual can be an agent of change in reducing stigma.
    • Take Care, Take Action (formerly "Give A Hoot") – This program will provide students with information about the bystander effect, the difference between emergent and non-emergent situations, and strategies for taking action. 
  • Staff-Facilitated Programs
    • Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR): A Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper TrainingThis is an evidence-based suicide prevention gatekeeper training designed to provide participants with knowledge about suicide and confidence in basic skills to help someone in crisis.
      • Versions for students and faculty and staff are available.
    • Change Talk: Brief Motivational Interviewing for Effective Conversations — Faculty and staff may encounter challenging conversations, with students and colleagues alike. Brief Motivational Interviewing (BMI) is an evidence-based conversation style for having empathic, effective conversations about difficult topics and behaviors. The training will cover the basics of behavior change, foundational principles of BMI, and practice of core communication skills.

Awareness-raising events

  • Wellness Day—Wellness Day is our biannual wellness fair, featuring 15+ campus resources, therapy dogs, chair massages, healthy snacks, and more! This event provides information and resources to students while providing an environment to de-stress during each semester.
  • September is Suicide Prevention Month—The WRC will offer programming throughout the month for members of the campus community to learn more about preventing and responding to suicide in meaningful ways and also how to promote positive mental health to enhance student well-being.
  • National Eating Disorders Awareness (NEDA) Week— Each year, the WRC hosts an event to further dialogue, bust myths, and raise awareness about eating disorders, body image, and self-acceptance.

Not feeling mentally well? Take this screening assessment.

Thinking about seeking help? There are resources on campus and in the community.

If you need help for a mental health emergency, contact TUPD (215-204-1234 or 911) or Tuttleman Counseling Services.