Wellness is not only a state of being, but also an active process of learning about and making healthy lifestyle choices. Wellness Center believes in the importance of promoting healthy lifestyles through a holistic perspective that emphasizes education and prevention. The center supports this mission by conducting:
Examples of Wellness Center outreach programs include:
- Center services
- Orientation activities
- Anxiety and stress management
- Depression and suicide
- Eating disorders/body image,
- Cultural diversity
- Alcohol use
- Relationship issues
- Other topics may be requested
However please be aware that the Wellness Center staff may not be able to accommodate all outreach program requests. Our ability to respond to outreach requests may be impacted by factors such as current demand for services and availability of staff to present on a given topic.
Requests for outreach programs must be made two weeks in advance of the anticipated outreach presentation.
If you are interested in having our professional staff present a program to your group or organization, please contact the Wellness Center, (727) 873-4422.
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The mission of the Wellness Center focuses on an individual’s well-being, which can encompass many facets. The purpose of the Wellness Room is to provide a quiet and safe place for students to achieve their goals of wellness.
The Wellness Room provides access to several resources including:
- Written materials on a variety of health and wellness topics DVDs on wellness issues facing college students
- Music CDs
- Meditation CDs
- Massage chair
Please call and schedule an appointment for using the biofeedback program. Mental health education and relaxation materials may be used in the Wellness Room during regular working hours without an appointment.
QPR teaches participants the early warning signs of a suicide crisis and skills on how to speak with and refer people for help
This training is available to all student, faculty and staff groups who are interested in being able to better serve the campus community.
The training program can be offered to groups of anywhere from five to twenty participants and can last from 1-2 hours depending on breadth of focus
If interested in scheduling, please contact Dr. Anita Sahgal
USFSP has gone Tobacco Free as of January 2012. Please click here for more information on the policy and local resources.