COVID-19 Updates:

Well-being coaching is available remotely via Zoom beginning March 30.

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Well-being

Coping with COVID-19

Knowing that everyone has responded to unique changes and challenges in response to Covid-19, this presentation begins with a check-in. Participants will learn about activities and resources that can help prioritize their well-being and plan for helping friends through these times. (30 minutes)
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Be Well. Live Well.

Raises students' awareness using the nine dimensions of wellness, motivates students to make important changes that reduce risks and enhance their quality of life, and identifies wellness practices that they can integrate into their everyday lives. (45 minutes)

Mindfulness

Introduces students to mindfulness strategies, including meditation and yoga. Students learn about the benefits of mindfulness and engage in activities that they can incorporate into their lives to help keep them grounded. (45 minutes)

For Perfectionists

Examines the differences between perfectionism and healthy striving. Provides strategies to set healthy goals. This workshop will benefit anyone who sees perfectionistic traits in themselves and wants to explore this concept in their life. (45 minutes)

Self Care 101

Encourages students to achieve balance in their lives. Highlights self-care practices, mindfulness practices, effective coping skills, and ways to foster positive thinking. Promotes stress-relieving strategies and help-seeking behaviors. (45 minutes)

Relax & Unwind

Helps students understand their susceptibility to stress, motivates them to make important changes that will reduce risks and enhance the quality of their lives. Students will engage in some short and fun activities to unwind. The presentation concludes with some information on how setting SMART goals can help with stress management. (45 minutes)

Self-Compassion

Discusses how we can give ourselves grace and understanding, like we do for others. Participants will learn about strategies they can use to enhance their self-compassion, which can lead to increases in grit and resilience. (15 minutes)

Bouncing Back from Failure

Everyone suffers setbacks, but we can use a growth mindset to help us move forward. This session will share stories of Huskers who have bounced back. (15 minutes)

All About Big Red Resilience & Well-being

An overview of services provided by Big Red Resilience & Well-being. This presentation is great for students who may be hesitant to seek help and need information about the resources provided by Big Red Resilience & Well-being. (30 minutes—An interactive component can be added, lengthening the presentation to 45 minutes.)

Request REACH Suicide Prevention Training

Anyone can help prevent suicide by learning the risk factors, warning signs, and how to intervene. (90 minutes)

Request Step UP! Bystander Intervention Training

Has there ever been a time when you felt, or even knew, something was wrong and wanted to help, but didn't? Learn how to Step UP! (90 minutes)

Request the Body Acceptance Program

The Body Acceptance Program is a dissonance-based body-acceptance workshop. It is designed to help college-age women resist and challenge sociocultural pressures to conform to the thin-ideal and reduce their pursuit of unrealistic appearance standards. (2 sessions of 2 hours each)

Financial Well-being

SMM Services

This presentation is great for departments and staff who are wanting to learn more about what SMM does and what services we provide for students. This presentation is also ideal for student groups who only have 5-10 minutes of time available. (45 minutes)

Money Management for Undergraduates

This presentation is great for student clubs, organizations, and classes who have students ranging from freshmen to seniors. (45 minutes)

Money Management for First-Year Students

Understanding credit scores and credit reports. (45 minutes)

Money Management for International Students

Basic American banking. (45 minutes)

Moving Off Campus

The pros and cons of moving off campus. (45 minutes)

Credit & Debt

What is credit and why is it important for your future? (15 minutes)

Retirement and Investing

Learn about the basics of investing your money. Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (15 minutes)

Big Purchases- Buying a Car or a House

Learn how to wisely maneuver through the car-buying process. Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (30 minutes—An interactive component can be added, lengthening the presentation to 45 minutes.)

Eating Healthy on a Budget

Learn the basics of creating a spending plan and tips on how to save money on food. Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (30 minutes—An interactive component can be added, lengthening the presentation to 45 minutes.)

Life After College

Learn about employer benefits, student loan repayment, investing, and more! Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (90 minutes)

Reducing Student Loan Debt & Repaying Student Loans

An in-depth look at students loans and repayment plans. Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (90 minutes)

Budgeting and Saving Money

Learn the basics of money management to keep your wallet "happy." Some topics may have to be shortened/removed due to the length of time allotted for the presentation. Workshops may include activities depending on the length of time allotted for the presentation and the size of the group. (2 sessions of 2 hours each)

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