Safety, Health & Wellness

EAP Frontline Employee – July 2019 Newsletter

Featured in this month’s edition: Saying No at Work-with Style – “Saying ‘no’ is a strategy for reducing stress, but keeping workplace relationships positive and your reputation as a team player are important considerations in your response…“ Feeling Bullied, But not sure? – “If you’re bullied at work but unsure about how to respond, questioning […]

Free Women’s Self Defense Class

The UConn Police Department’s Safety Techniques & Awareness Resource Team (START) and the Office of Off Campus Student Services are working together to reaffirm our goal of providing the highest level of safety and well-being to the UConn community by offering a FREE women’s self-defense course. This 12 hour self-defense course, will run for 4 consecutive […]

EAP Frontline Employee – June 2019 Newsletter

Featured in this month’s edition: Water Safety Summer Tips – “Keep young children safe around water this summer…“ Team with your Doctor to Fight Depression – “Some patients with depression participate in psychotherapy, some use medication, and some do both… “ Staying Positive in a Crisis – “A crisis is an unexpected event or situation […]

Free – Yoga for Stress Relief

Student Health & Wellness – Mental Health, is excited to offer our popular Yoga for Stress Relief class this summer!  Our drop-in yoga classes emphasize mindful awareness and self-compassion. Each class includes a brief overview of yogic philosophy/techniques, a centering and/or body scan, yogic breathing, postures, and final relaxation.  All skill levels welcome, no prior […]

Monday Meditation Class in Arjona

UConn community members (students, faculty, and staff) are invited to attend the free CMHS Meditation & Neurofeedback class, held Mondays during the lunch hour.  Participants can attend as many meditation classes as they like, no registration necessary. Classes are limited to 30 participants, on a first come basis. Spring 2019 Schedule: Classes will run from […]

EAP Frontline Employee – February 2019 Newsletter

Featured in this month’s edition: Could You Be Depressed and Not Know It? – “Mental health clinics often see patients with life problems who have undiagnosed major depressive disorder…“ Do Meditation and Exercise Fend Off Flu? – “Studies have shown that stress, life crises and negative emotional styles increase risk of acute respiratory infections like […]

Monday Meditation Class in Arjona

UConn community members (students, faculty, and staff) are invited to attend the free CMHS Meditation & Neurofeedback class, held Mondays during the lunch hour.  Participants can attend as many meditation classes as they like, no registration necessary. Classes are limited to 30 participants, on a first come basis. Spring 2019 Schedule: Classes will run from […]

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

UConn is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to educational opportunities. To accomplish this, UConn grants to students with documented disabilities reasonable and appropriate accommodations, which are academic adjustments or modifications made to elements of a student’s postsecondary program. The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) is vested by the University with the […]