There are many spaces, programmatic initiatives, and services which provide opportunities for students to engage in well being throughout the year. You can find information about upcoming and regular events in the Be-Well section of the weekly Dean’s Corner email.
The list below represents a selection of the many resources available to you — both on and off campus.
On-Campus Resources and Events
Easy access to informal, confidential, and free consultations with clinicians (counselors) from the MHC Counseling Service. There is no appointment necessary. See the FAQ page for more details.
Peer Health Educators
A peer education group dedicated to providing accurate health information, fostering open and safe environments, debunking assumptions, and reaching out to the MHC community. Learn more about the Peer Health Educators.
Quiet Contemplative Spaces on Campus
Dedicated Prayer Rooms
- Hindu Prayer Room
- Muslim Prayer Room
Deep Breathing/Progressive Muscle Relaxation
- Autogenic Training and Progressive Muscle Relaxation for iPhone - Contains an autogenic relaxation session, progressive muscle relaxation, and relaxation exercises for breathing.
- Belly Bio for iPhone - Put the iPhone on your stomach. Breathe deeply. Enjoy... For more advanced deep breathers.
- Stop, Breathe & Think - For iOS, Android, and Web. A friendly, simple tool to guide people of all ages and backgrounds through meditations for mindfulness and compassion.
- Mindfulness Meditation for iPhone - Mindfulness-based technique for stress reduction has scientifically proven health benefits. Guided mindfulness meditations were written and narrated by Stephan Bodian, author of the Meditation For Dummies®.
- The Mindfulness Summit - The Mindfulness Summit is a not-for-profit project with a mission to make mindfulness mainstream. We’re making high quality mindfulness training accessible to everyone and supporting mindfulness based charities at the same time.