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Weekly Wellness Corner
The Weekly Wellness Corner is brought to you by the Counseling Center – here, you’ll find content, tips, tricks, programs, and resources to help you thrive as a Post Eagle!
This is your reminder to uncloud your mind. Every now and then throughout the day, bring awareness to what’s going on in your head. This helps you come back to the moment and re-focus.
We have two modes in which our brains operate:
Default Mode- The default mode or “autopilot mode” is when your thoughts drift. It’s when you go through your day without even thinking.
Direct Mode- The direct mode is when you are present when you are in the moment, and when you are controlling what you think about.
You are presented with two choices every day to repeat what you are doing or to evolve it.
RESET your MINDSET with Mel Robbins:
The Center for Academic Success has a NEW Location and NEW Hours!
Whether you want to take your academic skills to new heights, develop new ones, or even just need a quiet and relaxed place to get some work done, the Center for Academic Success has you covered! Visit us in our new location on the main level of our Traurig Library during our updated hours. All students can contact us directly at 203.596.4686 and [email protected]. You can also schedule an appointment with a professional specialist or peer educator and we do welcome drop-ins. Stop in, say hello, and check out our new space!
Get to know the Center for Academic Success team:
We asked Greg: “What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?”… He said
I think Jimmy Stewart in the movie Harvey had great advice: ‘In this world, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. You may quote me.’
We asked Nikki: “What is your favorite thing about working with the students?”… She said
Their individuality. Each student brings something unique to the table. I love learning with and from each of the students I get to interact with.
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