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Wellbeing

Emotional

Emotional

Emotional Wellbeing allows us to recognize, understand, experience and express a full range of emotions. Our emotions act as alarms to tell our body when we are doing well and when something needs to be fixed. Emotional wellbeing describes when we are able to channel our emotions into healthy behaviors that satisfy our personal and social goals.

Our emotions play a large role in how we handle stress, relate to others and influence our ability to accomplish our goals. Emotional wellbeing is closely related to the Spiritual and Social dimensions. Understanding and appreciating our strengths and limitations, developing appropriate levels of autonomy, effectively managing anger, stress, and conflict, and communicating effectively and meaningfully with others all contribute to a positive state of emotional wellbeing.

Emotional Wellbeing Highlights
  • Our Stress Management workshops give an introduction as to where your stress may come from and tips about how to manage in the moment and over time.

  • Mental Health First Aid is a certification course much like typical first aid. This course teaches participants to recognizes the signs and symptoms of mental illness, and how to help those experiencing a mental health crisis

  • The Reflections Body Image Academy is a program for women to discuss how body image is related to our emotional wellbeing and how we can create supportive networks for developing a healthy body image.

Upcoming Emotional Events

TitleTimeLocationSpots Left    
04/21 Test Anxiety 4:10 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.CUE Room 41956
04/23 Stress Management 4:10 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.CUE Room 3198
Campus & Community Resources
On Campus

Counseling and Testing Services

Individual, Couples & Group Counseling, Crisis Services, WSU Stress Management Program

509-335-4511

Health and Wellness Services

Medical Services- Urgent Care, Immunizations, General Health, Pharmacy, Information/Resources.

509-335-3575

University Recreation

Mind-Body Classes ( Yoga & meditation), UREC for YOU/Wellbeing for YOU Customized program, Massage Workshops and Services

509-335-8732

WSU Psychology Clinic

Individual, Couples, Family, Behavioral Medicine Therapy, Neuropsychological, Personality & Psychological Assessment

509-335-3587

In the Community

ATVP- Alternatives to Violence on the Palouse

Domestic Violence, Parents and Sexual Assault Support Groups, 24 HR Crisis Line.

509-332-0552

208-882-2490

509-332-HELP(crisis)

Latah County Children's Mental Health

Children's Mental Health Services. Research, Educational Materials and Resources.

208-596-9542

Palouse River Counseling Center

Mental Health Services, Chemical Dependency, Individual/Group Counseling, Community Outreach, Challenge Course

509-334-1133

Online Resources

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Infinite Wellness Solutions Look up different ways to manage your stress and download resources and handouts.

Western Washington University Counseling Center Watch relaxation videos to decrease your stress and enhance your resiliency.