Mental Health Awareness Month 2019
May is Mental Health Awareness Month 2019
ASUW Student Health Consortium presents… Mental Health Awareness Month 2019! Did you know that #1in4Huskies have been diagnosed with a mental illness? Let’s talk about how to take care of yourself, how to support a friend, and how to challenge the stigma surrounding mental illness. #UWMentalHealthMatters #StopTheStigma
Heal Yourself with the Power of Breath
May 13th 6-7pm
HUB Room 334
In collaboration with Sky @ UW, learn how to calm the mind with a breathing exercise, enjoy effortless guided meditation for deep rest and explore the remarkable body-breath-mind connection! Come join us to tap into the Power of Breath!
Downward with the Dawgs
May 18th at 6:30 PM
IMA Studio 316
Take care of your mental health with time out for some relaxation and fun! Self-Love R+B Yoga May 18 at 6:30pm in IMA Studio 316. Take time for yourself to destress, breathe deeply and get groovy. Open to all levels. Come in comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle. Bring a yoga mat (we have some extras if you don’t have one). Find an hour for yourself. You’re worth it!
Huskies for Suicide Prevention & Awareness: H3 WALK
Date: May 18th
Husky Help and Hope Walk (H3 Walk), a campus and community-wide event commemorating lives lost to suicide, offering support and solidarity for suicide survivors, and taking apart the social stigma around mental health and mental illness.
Mindful Huskies: A Self-Care Workshop
May 20th 5:00-6:00 PM
In collaboration with Community Health Outreach, come and learn about self care techniques!
Face the Stigma: Peer Health Educators
May 28th, 6-8 PM
The Intellectual House
Open mic night that ends the Face the Stigma campaign. Art showcase by Ephiany!
UW Safety Day
May 30th 11am-3 PM
Come to red square to see campus and community resources around the topic of student safety!
Dogs for Dawgs: De-stress
Date: May 31st, 2-4 PM
Come de-stress with dogs from the College Dogs program! There will be dogs, a free Polaroid photo booth and crafts to make before final’s week!
Every Tuesday 2-4 PM
Ethnic Cultural Center, Room 306
Let’s Talk is a program that connects UW students with support from experienced counselors from the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center without an appointment. Counselors hold drop-in hours at various sites on campus.