The Wellness Room

Welcome to the Department of Student Behavioral Health and Wellbeing's virtual Wellness Room! During difficult times we all experience a wide range of emotions. Therefore, it is important to maintain a strong focus on mental health and wellbeing. This virtual Wellness Room is a space for students, staff, families and the community to find tools, strategies, and resources to help manage stress and emotions by integrating purposeful pauses throughout the day to calm the mind, body, and soul.

Enjoy and explore!

Press play on these videos and enjoy some simple, relaxing scenes of nature.

Bring awareness to the present moment and indulge in mindful coloring.

Find your inner calm with these simple, fun breathing exercises and meditations

Click to view live video feeds courtesy of local and national aquariums and wildlife organizations.

Music and certain sounds can have a relaxing effect on our minds and bodies. Check these out!

Yoga and stretching offer numerous physical and mental health benefits for children and adults. Try these simple, yet fun exercises.

Journaling

Journal writing can help us process feelings, build writing skills, and communicate our ideas. It also encourages us to grow while discovering open-ended writing.

A variety of journal prompts can be found HERE.

Mental Health Resources

Use this link to access local and national resources.

Ask For Help!

Use this link if you or someone you know needs help.

As a high school student, it's important to take charge of your mental health. This guide from Study.com offers easy, effective tips for self-care, plus resources for getting help when you need it.

Note: These resources are intended for educational and informational purposes only and are not intended as psychological interventions or as a substitute for psychological or medical advice or treatment. Please reach out your school's support staff or other trusted person at your school to get connected with help if you need it!

If you are with someone who may be a danger to themselves or in an emergency situation, please call 9-1-1.