The Wellbeing and Counseling Center 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 about the schedule and location of the programs.
We welcome partnerships with colleges, graduate apartments, student groups, and other offices and departments on campus to host workshops. To request a program/workshop for your group, you can fill out the Wellbeing Program Request Form.
Please contact the Wellbeing and Counseling Center: email@example.com 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:
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.
It’s time to speak up and talk more openly about mental health so all students can feel supported and encouraged to ask for help. Participants will learn what it means to be mentally healthy and to have a mental health condition. The training will take a look at some common stressors for college students and the warning signs of distress. Finally, the training will also focus on resources on campus and in the community and how to refer students of concerns. We are offering a training in February, please click on the title to sign up!
Mental Health & Crisis Response Training
Learn to identify concerning behaviors early on and how to help students or visitors seek assistance. Also learn the overview of Rice responses and discussion about how Rice staff assist students or visitors during a critical event.