Clemson’s Sullivan Center offering stress management program
Clemson’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center is now offering a six-week stress management program for faculty, staff, community members, and CU4Health members. The program begins Tuesday, Nov. 3, and continues Tuesday afternoons through Dec. 8.
The classes run from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Sullivan Center located at 101 Edwards Hall on Clemson’s campus. The program is included in CU4Health membership; there is a $20 fee for individuals who are not members for CU4Health.
Sessions will cover stress management techniques including relaxation, identifying stressors, various meditation styles, seated yoga and mindfulness. The techniques can be practiced at home and in other locations with minimal effort and time. You will not need to wear athletic clothes for the sessions.
Participants will receive educational materials and other resources to maintain the practice of stress management between weekly sessions as well as after the conclusion of the program. Participants do not have to attend all six sessions.
For more information, contact the Sullivan Center at (864) 656-3076.
Located on the first floor of Edwards Hall on the Clemson campus, the Joseph F. Sullivan Center is a nurse-managed health center that provides health services to Clemson employees, and community outreach programs to rural and underserved communities and individuals. The Sullivan Center is part of Clemson’s College of Health, Education and Human Development