Guest Lectures Series

Wellness Programs offers a variety of health and wellness presentations upon request. Presentations generally last 50 minutes. Please call 863-8127 for more information or complete the presentation request form.

Stress Busters

This presentation is very interactive and will provide the participants with a variety of effective methods to help them deal with their stress.

Alcohol & Tobacco 101

This presentation will cover issues on persuasive advertising of the tobacco and alcohol industries, harmful effects of abuse, and general information regarding these substances.

The Dangers of Disordered Eating

This presentation focuses on identifying disordered eating, and the psychological, social, and interpersonal triggers of negative body image and eating disorders.

Intuitive Eating

This presentation will teach participant how to reject the diet mentality and ease up on the control with food. It will help participants learn how to eat more mindfully, differentiate between physical hunger and emotional hunger, and learn how to regulate your hunger rhythms.

Getting on a Path to a Healthier You

This presentation gives participants a basic overview of ways to improve their overall health. It will focus on recommended nutrition principles, healthy eating habits, and how to incorporate physical fitness into their lives.

Nutrition Strategies for Optimal Health

This presentation covers the negative effects of dieting, teaches healthy eating patterns, and provides education on how to implement the recommended dietary guidelines.

The Truth Behind Plastic Surgery

This presentation discusses the dangers of plastic surgery, the media's impact on this growing trend, and how to develop a more positive body image.

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