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Taking Down Stress with Wellbeing Techniques

Watch as UofL students share their stress resilience experiences and how they use techniques like flash nap, meditation, and healthy eating to reduce stress during their college years.
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Resilience Partners

Health Promotion & Education, a division of Campus Health ServicesLocation: Wellbeing Central SAC W309(502) 852-5429https://louisville.edu/healthpromotionCampus Health ServicesBelknap Location: Cardinal Station, 215 Central Ave., Suite 110(502) 852-6479HSC Location: 401 E. Chestnut St., Suite 110(502) 852-6446https://louisville.edu/campushealthAcademic...

BRICC Coalition- Programs to reduce high-risk drinking

About UsUofL's Building Resilience in Campus Community (BRICC) Coalition's efforts to increase resilience and reduce high-risk drinking target individual, group, organization and community levels.In our evidence-based model, campus and community partners operationalize a strategic...

Mindfulness Retreat- Returning Spring 2019

 If you would like to be added to a waitlist and be informed about our Spring Mindfulness Retreat, send an email to [email protected] us as we learn different mindfulness and meditation techniques that help you...
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Stress and the student body

Rate this article and enter to winIf exam season is approaching, your class notes may be piling up and your calendar becoming crammed with study sessions and finals. Pressure? Ever feel like it’s too...
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True grit: How to push through and move forward

Rate this article and enter to winAs a student, you’re probably pretty familiar with stress. You might also have wondered why some of your peers on campus seem to handle their challenges relatively easily...