Well-being & Resilience Workshops
Big Red Resilience & Well-being empowers students to positively manage their well-being by teaching students about the science of happiness and gratitude, and how to manage worry, set-backs, and stressors. The following interactive workshops, led by Well-being Ambassadors and BRRWB staff members, help students achieve balance and thrive in all areas of their lives.
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)
Being Financially "Well-thy"
Educates students about maintaining financial wellness by budgeting, managing their expenses, saving, and finding other resources that support their financial wellness. Includes a list of both campus and outside resources. (30 minutes)
Increases knowledge about meditation and its benefits. Students learn skills and practices that help keep them grounded. (45 minutes)
Eating Healthy on a College Budget
Topics range from learning the basics of nutrition, creating shopping lists, tackling cravings, and establishing convenient and cost-friendly ways to shop for and cook healthy meals. (30 minutes)
Examines the differences between perfectionism and healthy functioning. 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 lives. (45 minutes)
Keep Calm & Self Care
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 learn mindfulness skills that will benefit them long-term and will set SMART goals related to their stress. (45 minutes)
Improves understanding of emotional health, strengths, and weaknesses in regards to meeting new people. Provides practical ways to meet new people and to build a community on campus. (30 minutes)
Communicating for Healthy Relationships
Highlights ways to communicate in relationships and challenges students to think critically about what they value in relationships. Teaches students about boundaries and what they value most in their relationships. (60 minutes)
We are selected from the undergraduate student body to support the mission of Big Red Resilience & Well-being by presenting programs about topics related to student well-being. Our work across campus makes a difference in the lives of other students. We increase awareness, encourage safer behaviors, create informed decision-makers, and enhance the health and well being of our peers.
If you'd like to volunteer as a Well-being Ambassador, contact Laura Shell.