The UHCS Wellness team works with our Wellness Peer Educators and physical and mental healthcare providers to provide free programs and resources for students, faculty, and staff. We often visit classrooms, residence halls, and organization meetings. You can choose from our list or request a custom program by clicking the link below. Please complete the form at least two weeks in advance of your preferred date. After requesting a program, wellness staff will follow up with you to confirm. If you have other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Wellness Services also hosts many events around campus. Connect with our social media pages to learn about upcoming opportunities.
Wellness combines eight dimensions of well-being into a quality way of living. Being well goes beyond just physical activity and nutrition. Wellness at UW-Whitewater encompasses all aspects of living life to the fullest. By balancing these dimensions, you can improve your overall quality of life.
Social wellness is having positive interactions and enjoying being with others. Social well-being is enhanced by establishing supportive social networks through meaningful relationships with family, friends and colleagues.
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A healthy body maintained by good nutrition, regular exercise, avoiding harmful habits, making informed and responsible decisions about health, and seeking medical assistance when necessary.
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Emotional wellness is having a positive attitude, high self-esteem, a strong sense of self and the ability to recognize and share a wide range of feelings with others in a constructive way. It also involves being attentive to your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, whether positive or negative.
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Spiritual wellness is a set of guiding beliefs, principles or values that give meaning and purpose to your life. It involves the capacity for love, compassion, forgiveness, altruism, and fulfillment. Spiritual wellness does not have to adhere to any particular religion and many people can find meaning and purpose in their lives on their own.
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Environmental wellness requires clean air, pure water, quality food, adequate shelter, satisfactory work conditions, personal safety and healthy relationships. Striving to be environmentally well improves the standard of living and quality of health in our environment.
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Occupational wellness includes the ability to balance work and leisure time. Success with your choice of profession, career ambitions and personal performance are important components in seeking occupational wellness.
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Intellectual wellness is life-long learning through educational and life experiences. This allows the capacity to think critically, be open to new ideas and motives to master new skills.
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Financial wellness is being able to fully meet current and ongoing financial obligations, feeling secure in one's financial future, and the ability to make choices that allow enjoyment of life.
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