HEP Wellness Workshops

As a part of our comprehensive programming, the Health Education & Promotion (HEP) Office offers wellness workshops on various health topics by request. Workshops can be requested through the “request a workshop” button (below) by students and/or staff/faculty/administrators who would like us to present to a group of students. We ask that requests be made at least 2 weeks prior to the desired workshop date and that you have at least 10 participants in attendance. All workshops are one hour in length, unless otherwise noted. Workshop options include the following:

Building a Healthier You

This workshop focuses on healthy eating and physical activity to support your general wellness. By the end of the workshop students will be familiar with messages from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020 and the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (2008) and be able to create a plan for wellness using SMART goals.

Managing Everyday Stressors

This workshop focuses on how to identify causes of stress, common stressors for college students, understanding the impact that stress can have on a person, and ways to effectively cope with and manage those stressors.

Let’s Talk About “It” (Sexual Health)

This workshop focuses on a broad range of topics across the sexual health spectrum, including sex communication (identifying your wants, and giving/receiving consent), sex and sexuality (including identity and expression), common myths/misconceptions, contraception, and how to prevent sexually transmitted infections

Step UP! Bystander Intervention Training

Step-UP! is a 1.5 hour bystander intervention program that focuses on how to be proactive in helping others. The goals of Step-UP! are:

  • Raise awareness of helping behaviors
  • Increase motivation to help
  • Develop skills and confidence when responding to problems or concerns
  • Ensure the safety and well-being of self and others

In this interactive workshop, students will act out scenarios to help them apply the new skills they’ve learned. For more information about the training, visit the Step UP!

Question – Persuade – Refer Training (QPR)

This is an evidence-informed 1.5 hour training that comes with a three-year certificate. Key components covered in this training include the following:

  • The common warning signs and risk factors of suicidal behavior
  • Protective factors for suicide prevention
  • How to have a conversation with someone you think may be suicidal
  • How to get help for someone in crisis

This is offered to Stan State students for FREE. For more information about the training, visit the QPR Institute.

Other health topic workshop requests can be made, however, we would need to be notified 3 weeks prior to the desired date so that we can work with you to create a custom workshop.

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