The Wellbeing and Counseling is excited to offer a variety of workshops and programs to help the Rice community address students' wellbeing needs. These programs are aimed to help students, faculty, and staff gain knowledge about ways to assist students.
All workshops and programs are offered free of charge. Please click the following programs for more information.
We welcome partnerships with student groups, graduate apartments, and departments on campus to host workshops. Please contact the Wellbeing and Counseling Center: firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-348-3311 if you have any questions about registration or partnering with us.
Click on the links below to see what our office has currently scheduled:
BASICS (Brief Alcohol Assessment and Intervention for College Students)
is an online took to educate students about blood alcohol
concentration, standard drink sizes, effects of alcohol, and facts about
drinking norms so that they may fully examine their personal values and
goals regarding alcohol consumption.
Stress Workshop: Desserts is Stressed Spelled Backwards
During this program, we will learn some ways to manage our stress so
that it benefits instead of hinders our lives. Also, there will be
QPR: "Question, Persuade, Refer" Suicide Prevention Training
The Rice Ally Program is a student, faculty, and staff educational program. The Ally Program goals are to raise awareness about the ways homophobia and heterosexism impact everyone, and to teach skills in being an Ally to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community.
The Wellbeing and Counseling Center and the Office of Sexual
Violence Prevention and Title IX Support also offers more workshops on
various topics such as these:
Dating at Rice 101
Health Sex and Sexuality
Long Distance Relationships:
The Mask You Live In
Obligation Overload (A Time Management Workshop)
Project SAFE: Bystander Intervention
Raising Mental Health Awareness
Relationship Violence and Stalking
Safe Online Dating/Hook ups
Sexual Violence Response Workshop
Sexual Violence and Cultural Norms
If you would like to schedule any of these trainings for your group, please call our office at 713-348-3311.