Counseling and Testing teach nursing students to de-stress

Counseling and Testing teach nursing students to de-stress

On February 25, the Counseling and Testing Center, Division of Student Affairs, sponsored a De-Stress Workshop for the students enrolled in the Nursing Program on the Natchez campus. Sixty-nine students participated in the “What You Can Do to Reduce Stress” workshop held in the Natchez Campus Auditorium.

“The primary objective of the workshop was to show the students how to reduce stress and how to effectively use relaxation techniques,” said Counseling and Testing Director Dyann W. Moses. “A secondary objective was to emphasize the importance of having viable skills to promote the relaxation process.”

The workshop sessions included an online stress test, massages, aromatherapy, and activities at the indoor picnic area. The Counseling and Testing staff informed the participants that they can find the services provided by the Center on the University’s Web site, and encouraged students to review the University’s electronic publications, Campus Announcements and ASU Today, to stay informed about the future dates of the De-stress Workshops and other programs.

For more information and assistance, visit the Counseling and Testing Center located in the Walter Washington Administration/Classroom Building, room 305 or call 601.877.6230.

Pictured below: The workshop activities.  

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