Wellness 5K 2019
Gratitude Challenge: November 11 -25
November is the month of gratitude. The ability to recognize and show appreciation for surrounding people and things helps one to practice resilience. Resilience is the ability to cope with and meaningfully respond to the difficulties we encounter and is a powerful tool in maintaining overall well-being.
Join us and receive daily gratitude prompts, hear about gratitude related events, and receive information about the prizes! This is a 14-day challenge from November 11th to November 25th, but we encourage you to continue practicing gratitude after it!
Thursday, November 21, noon – 1:00 pm in the Harmon Room, with lunch beginning at 11:45 am
Self-care has become a buzz word which can mean going to the gym, buying fancy tonics or switching up your life style. But taking care of self doesn’t have to mean big changes or big expenses. In this workshop we will explore ways to take care of the whole person; mental, emotional and physical. We will identify small things that can have a big impact on how we feel, think, and behave. From there, you can define self-care for yourself and decide what “self-care” is right for you. Led by Julia Hutchinson, Assistant Director of Counseling and Care Coordinator.
Let’s Talk takes counselors out of the Hamre Center and into the campus community with the goal of providing easier access for students who might not find their way to us. These are confidential, informal drop-in consultations with no appointment necessary. Just drop in during the scheduled times to sign up for a 15-minute time slot. Our Let’s Talk page gives more details and a FAQ.
Every Wednesday during the Fall from 3 – 4:30 pm in Kagin Rm 120
QPR Training – Fall Semester 2019
Online Training Module Sign-In Information
QPR in-person training is completed for Fall Semester. However, you can become trained in QPR online through the QPR Institute. Use your Macalester email and Org Code “Mac” to access the training module.