Welcome to the Center for Balance
Biofeedback is a tool that measures your body's responses to stress. Biofeedback trains you to become familiar with your own body’s unique patterns and responses to stress and anxiety. Through this process, you can learn to control your body’s unique pattern and response rather than having them control you.
The light treatment program through the Center for Balance was initiated as a way to address student and faculty requests for help with decreased alertness, decreased energy level and/or sleep issues.
Self help materials
Many forms of self help materials are available in the self help library at the Counseling Center. Some of these include: books, relaxation CD’s, yoga DVD’s, and workbooks. In addition your therapist may suggest some worksheets or handout information.
You will work with a Counseling Center Staff member to develop a plan that fits your needs for stress management .
Groups are also available to address anxiety. Groups provide support, education and time to practice relaxation techniques.
Sleep Hygiene Assessment
Sleep is very important to one’s sense of focus, ability to concentrate, happiness, and health and brain power. Sleep will be evaluated as part of your individual assessment. Sleep hygiene tips can be provided to help you work toward a goal of more effective sleep.
This drop in class will help you to: handle stress, manage daily tasks, communicate more effectively and get the most out of life.
A way to learn how to relax your body and mind to be a healthier and more productive person.
Sundays 5-6pm in the Massage therapy room at SRWC.
No fees and no registration!
Classes run from Sunday, October 21st to December 9th!
LET'S START THE SEMESTER OFF RIGHT!
Do you want to:
- decrease your stress
- worry less
- get a better night’s sleep
- feel better
- confront your fears
- OR WANT TO BE EMPOWERED?
The Relax Class might be just what you are looking for.
- WHAT: RELAXATION CLASS
- WHERE: STUDENT REC and WELLNESS CENTER, MASSAGE THERAPY RM
- WHEN: WALK-IN SUNDAYS, 5PM-6PM, OCTOBER 21- DECEMBER 9.
Animal Assisted Therapy
Sherman (boxer) who is trained to help you feel more at ease as you work through your goals in therapy. If interested , please tell the front desk when scheduling an appointment. To learn more about Animal Assisted Therapy, click on the following link: http://www.deltasociety.org/Page.aspx?pid=319