Tag: Counseling and Health

Free QPR gatekeeper training for suicide prevention

Interested faculty, staff and students are invited to take part in QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 1) in Alumni A/B of the University Union. Organizers say one hour of your time might help you save a life. “QPR” stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer,” and draws a […]

Wellness Committee plans ‘Lunch and Learn’ session on mindfulness

Already distributed campuswide, but repeated here for the record: The UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee is hosting a Lunch and Learn program from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, in University Union Room 103. Feel free to bring your lunch. The speaker is Lissa Balison, MSE, LPC, and counselor with the Counseling and Health Center. […]

Free QPR Gatekeeper training for suicide prevention

Open to all faculty, staff and students is a one-hour training to help participants recognize the warning signs of suicide, offer the person hope and help the person find the help they need. The training is scheduled for noon next Tuesday (Feb. 19) in Phoenix Room A. QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer. Just […]

‘Human Mosaic’ enters 8th year with spring brochure online

UW-Green Bay’s “Human Mosaic” series returns in calendar year 2013 with another dynamic array of programs. This time, the brochure is online through the Residence Life and American Intercultural Center home pages, which will save on printing costs and also make certain the information you access will be the most up-to-date available even with late […]

Missed your flu shot? Call Counseling and Health, and they’ll take care of you

Although they dispensed more than 130 Flu Shots during the clinics last week, they still have flu shots available. If you missed the clinic and would still like a flu shot, call the Counseling and Health Center at 2380 to set up an appointment. Cost is $20.00 for faculty/staff and $15.00 for students.  

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance will meet Thursdays on campus

A support group for people with depression/bipolar disorder is being started on campus. The support group will be associated with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) of Brown County. DBSA support groups are peer led and provide the kind of sharing and caring that is crucial for a lifetime of wellness. DBSA support groups: […]