Managing Stress

Manage Your Stress

Small amounts of stress can help us get things done but too much can keep us from starting or finishing important things or get in the way of social relationships.

Learn on your own

We offer on-demand information about many aspects of well-being. Look for the stress management module in Canvas (login required).

Reset with meditation

Join our free guided meditation 1-1:30 p.m. each Wednesday and Thursday in 109 Hulston Hall (School of Law). In-person only. No registration is needed. All are welcome, and no experience is required. This fall meditation series will run until Dec. 1., omitting Thanksgiving break.

Truman the Tiger in a yoga pose

Workshops

Student Health & Well-Being offers a variety of workshops and events in Engage to help you learn strategies for living a balanced life.

Solution sessions

Experiencing challenges related to stress? We offer one-to-one coaching to help you keep stress in the helpful range. Call 573-882-6601 to see if this service is right for you.

Students sit on the columns at the David R. Francis Quadrangle

Outreach Requests

Professional staff or trained peer educators will provide information about the common pitfalls of college life. Choose the speaker best suited for your group. Request a well-being program.

Summer clouds around Jesse Hall

Personal training

Physical activity can help reduce stress and improve your resiliency. To schedule a consultation, email personaltraining@mizzourec.com.

Drone aerial photographs near the Brady Fountain