The Body Project is an evidence-based workshop geared toward female-identified students that aims to promote a healthy, realistic body image.
The Body Project: More Than Muscles is an evidence-based workshop geared toward male-identified students that aims to promote a healthy, realistic self-concept and body image.
The Division of Student Affairs’ Health and Wellness Community of Practice is proud to announce its three-year commitment to expand healthier options on campus.
Whether it is contemporary, jazz, ballet, Irish or other, dancers have been expected to all have the same body type. This ideal body of a dancer is skinny and tall with long legs and a flat chest, and if you don’t fit this image, then you are looked down upon.
Illinois State University’s Student Counseling Services has been given the 2019 Excellence in Group Practice Award by the American Psychological Association (APA).
As part of Student Affairs Week, the Division of Student Affairs is excited to host its inaugural Involvement to Industry Conference for students and alumni on Saturday, September 28.
When Elizabeth Rice received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology May 10, her mother wasn’t there. Five years ago, Melissa Rice died at the age of 42, a victim of domestic violence.
Forms of domestic abuse are one of the areas to find assistance in the Student Counseling Services’ Confidential Advising.
Two documentary showings are meant to engage students in dialogue. The Inclusion Project will sponsor the showing of White Like Me on Tuesday, February 26, and I Am Not Your Negro on Thursday, March 28.
Helping individuals become physically active is the goal of Illinois State University’s Exercise Is Medicine On Campus (EIMOC) program, a referral-based system linking Student Health Services (SHS), Student Counseling Services (SCS), Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW), Campus Recreation (CR), and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation (KNR).