Weekly Wellness Activities
MVC's Wellness Center hosts weekly events and activities designed to help you grow as a person, make lifestyle changes, develop new skills, and meet friends. These activities are free, hosted in PSC 9, and registration is required. Check out below for what's happening this term and click on the title to register, or view the event calendar to see when these events are happening.
Join Student Health and Psychological Services for Paint It Mondays! Each week on Monday, a mental health therapist will lead weekly art exercises to help ease depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD, and other life challenges. Art supplies will be provided.
Tranquility Tuesday reinforces skills needed to manage feeling stress, anxiety and anger. Each week learn a wellness activity to help with rest and relaxation, learning ways to stay focused on your academics.
Each Wednesday, Health Services will lead participants in a casual hike to improve mood and discuss feelings to reduce stress, anxiety, and irritability. In the event that there is Inclement weather, we will conduct trauma-informed stretch and talk techniques.
Each Thursday, Health Services leads participants in a discussion and reflection on Brene Brown's The Gifts of Imperfection. You'll discuss ways to increase empathy, self-compassion, and empowerment.
Students are not required to read prior to the meeting. All participants will receive the book after attending 2 sessions.
Wellness Friday focuses on ways to enhance physical and mental health as a means to be a successful college student. Each week, a different topic is covered to ensure you have practical skills. Prior topics have included managing holiday stressors, developing test-taking skills, managing interview anxiety and more.
Monthly cultural mental health panels
Join the Mental Health panel to hear how Moreno Valley College students prioritize their mental health. Each month, we celebrate a culture, learn about the importance of mental health as it relates to various cultural groups, and discover ways to decrease mental health stigma in each culture.
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