September 8, 2021

Healthy Boiler workshop to focus on developing resilience as many return to campus

Behavioral health pillar graphic

As some faculty and staff members adjust to being back on campus, Amanda Hathcock, behavioral health counselor at the Center for Healthy Living, will present a Healthy Boiler workshop focused on resilience.

The workshop, titled “How to Continue Building Resilience,” will take place virtually from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 15 and supports the behavioral health pillar of the Healthy Boiler Program.

“The workshop is designed to help attendees learn how to continue building resilience and handle anxieties that may surface, now that we’re back on campus,” Hathcock says. “Attendees will also learn how to support their well-being and performance to stop self-sabotage.”

Those interested in attending should register online by Sept. 14.

Healthy Boiler workshops are free to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff and dependents covered on a Purdue medical plan.

ADDITIONAL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

To assist faculty and staff

Review the “Mental Health Resources” webpage for a variety of available resources for faculty and staff, including EAP resources for all Purdue campuses.

To assist students

Faculty and staff, who work with students or have a student at home, can direct students to the resources below for behavioral health assistance. Note: LiveHealth Online Psychology and LiveHealth Online Psychiatry services are also available to Purdue students who are covered on a Purdue health plan. Mental health visits through LiveHealth Online are covered at 100 percent on the Purdue student health plan.  

Office of the Dean of Students

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)


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