Health & Wellness

Announcements

The Texas Lawyers' Assistance Program will be hosting a convention June 1-3, 2018, in Austin, Texas to discuss mental health and substance abuse solutions. Click HERE for registration and scholarship information.

Check out this Well-Being Tool Kit for effective techniques to help ease stress, keep your brain circuits healthy and build your resilience.

Take a look at these resources that the American Bar Association has posted to assist with various aspects of health and wellness.

As with any challenging academic endeavor, some students may experience difficulty balancing the rigorous academic demands inherent in law school with family obligations, personal and professional development events, and daily life activities. The key to success is finding the balance that works for you. The University of Houston Law Center and the greater University of Houston campus offer an array of resources to ensure that our students have access to the support and guidance needed to succeed personally, emotionally, mentally and academically. If you are not sure where to start, please feel free to reach out to the Office of Student Services. We are here to assist in any way we can!

 

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Get Motivated. Get Fit. Get Involved. Visit the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center and utilize your free access to various fitness groups, outdoor and indoor activities, and other physical fitness adventures.

 

Fueling the Body – Meditation decreases inflammation, anxiety depression and anger. It also increases your pain threshold and helps you sleep.

UHLC encourages students to explore the nine dimensions of wellness, which can help students understand how several areas of life can affect their overall health and wellness.

UHLC works with the Center for Students with Disabilities located on the UH main campus to ensure that students with disabilities are properly accommodated.

Resources

On Campus Activities

Take a Run with Director Nathan Neely on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For more information, contact Nathan at naneely2@Central.
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