Mental Health Promotion
Although surrounded by others, college can be a lonely time. It can be hard to develop new friendships on a deeper level. Or maybe you have made friends but want to build better relationships with them. Project Connect is designed to help you build friendships, connection, and community by engaging in structured conversation and activities with a small group of students. Each Project Connect group will meet 5 times with a peer facilitator and engage in activities to help you build those relationships you want. It's designed to be fun!
You can sign up alone or sign up with a few friends!
If you want to sign up, have questions, or want to learn more, please contact the Office of Health Promotion at 413-748-3089 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is commonly known that stress can be both a positive as well as a negative influence in our lives. When stress becomes overwhelming, many people have a repertoire of activities they do in an attempt to keep their stress levels manageable. You may find that you need different activities at different times. Exercising, talking to friends or family, taking a nap, watching a favorite TV show, meditating, participating in a favorite hobby, having a good laugh; the list is endless.