Be REAL: Resilient Attitudes and Living

   

Looking to de-stress, improve your focus & meet new people?

Join this free program in the UW Residential Halls!
 

The UW Center for Child and Family Well-Being (CCFW) has developed a program to support undergraduate students living in the residential halls. The program, Be REAL – Resilient Attitudes and Living, aims to promote well-being among college students. The program provides students with opportunities to learn stress management skills, improve attention and focus, and discuss how these skills apply to daily life in a group setting.

We are currently recruiting participants for Fall 2017 and Winter 2018.

If you participate in this study, you will be assigned to a six-week program.
During the program, you will:

  • Learn skills to reduce stress and manage emotions
  • Explore how to improve your focus during academics, sports, and other activities
  • Practice gentle stretching, breathing practices, and guided meditations
  • Meet new people in the UW residential halls
  • Enjoy free food during each session
  • Receive up to $65 for the completion of online surveys

Program details:

  • Participation is FREE!
  • Groups meet once a week from 6:00 - 7:30pm on Tuesday or Wednesdays
  • Groups meet in Alder, Poplar, McMahon, or Maple - you can live in any dorm and still participate
  • All groups end two weeks before finals

You may be eligible to participate if you:

  • Are a full time, registered undergraduate student at the UW
  • Live in one of the UW residential halls
  • Are 18 years or older
  • Speak, read, and write English fluently

Spots are limited – register soon!

Enrollment for the fall groups closes on Monday, October 2 at noon. If the fall groups fill then we will start a list for the winter groups.

Ready to sign up to participate? Enrollment starts Septermber 7 - we will post a survey so check back then! 

Questions? Contact Robyn at bereal@uw.edu 

 

Be REAL UW Campus Partners

 

Questions or interested in participating?

Contact: bereal@uw.edu