We offer many well-being workshops on topics related to Nutrition, Sexual Wellness, Alcohol and other Drugs, Recognizing Distress, Sleep, and Stress Management. We are more than happy to visit residence halls and club meetings to provide interactive workshops on these topics. Presentations and events are provided for UCF faculty, staff, and students. Please refer to the cards below for more information on each presentation.
Please note: In order to make sure that the date and time that you request is available a two-to-three-week notice is required for all Well-Being Workshop requests. We require at least 10 people in attendance. For any concerns, please contact us.
To request a workshop from WHPS, click here. If you are not able to connect to the form, please email us; we will assist you in connecting to the form or, if necessary, fill it out for you.
This PowerPoint presentation highlights programs and services offered by Well-Being to teach participants strategies to become a Healthy Knight!
(PPT 45 mins - 1 hr)
Come find out how to attain proper eating habits without breaking the bank account. Learn about the principles of nutrition, what it takes to construct a healthy diet, and tips to save money in the grocery store.
Join us in a discussion about sex, safety, and communication! From consent to contraceptives, this interactive workshop teaches Knights the strategies to practice proper sexual wellness.
Current research shows that stress is only bad for you if you think it is. Learn about the relationship between the way you think about stress and how you actually feel. This workshop will discuss the impact of stress on the mind and body and will also allow participants to experience hands-on stress management techniques.
What is a healthy relationship? This workshop will cover aspects of respect, communication styles, boundary setting, and negotiation.
(Facilitated discussion 45 mins - 1 hr)
Alcohol awareness and safety are incredibly important, and we want you to do the knight thing when it comes to drinking alcohol. This workshop will teach you how to lower your risk around alcohol use, if you choose to drink, and how to help a friend if they have been drinking.
(Facilitated discussion 45 mins - 1 hr.)
Learn how to recognize signs and symptoms of a friend in distress.
(Facilitated discussion 30-45 mins)