The Body Project works to combat “fat talk,” or conversations meant to shame women into aiming for an unrealistic body ideal.
Student Counseling Services is excited to launch Alliance for Change, a hands-on training to help students recognize when their friends might be struggling with something and to teach students how they can help these friends.
On paper, Krista DeCeault’s freshman year as a Redbird runner was tremendous. She led Illinois State to its first conference championship in years, and she came in first place almost every race she ran in. Privately, it was her darkest hour.
There will be a reception to honor the retirement of Associate Director of Student Counseling Services David Rardin on Thursday, December 10. Messages to his retirement book are due December 1.
The International Association of Counseling Services (IACS) announced that Illinois State University’s Student Counseling Services earned re-accreditation.
Illinois State University joined The Jed & Clinton Health Matters Campus Program (known as The Campus Program) in support of student well being and mental health.
Training for faculty and staff with the Friendly Faces program will be 8-9:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 13.
The Body Project, a peer-led program designed to help women learn how to combat the unrealistic, ultra-thin ideal portrayed by the media, is starting soon.
With the aim of increasing a public dialogue about sexual violence, Illinois State University will host a screening of the film The Hunting Ground, at 6 p.m. Monday, September 14.
Mindfulness Drop-In Group helps students learn how to recognize and create distance from the negative thinking patterns.