Division of Student Affairs > Support Services > Health & Wellness > Mental Well-being
Mental well-being is caring for ourselves holistically. It encompasses our mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, social, financial, and environmental health. To feel happy, healthy, socially connected and purposeful, we need to pay attention to all of the above facets of our well-being.
Below you will find links to resources about the
facets of wellness as well as different programs and services at DePaul to assist you in your journey of mental well-being.
To truly care for our whole selves, we must pay attention to all of the facets of our wellness. When one of these facets is out of balance, perhaps due to extra stress, life events, relationships, etc. it will begin to affect our other facets of wellness.
When life becomes hectic and stressful, sleep is often the first thing that gets disrupted. Sufficient quality sleep is important for your brain functioning, mental, physical and emotional health.
Wellness coaching takes a positive motivational interviewing approach to personal development. It focuses on your strengths and using the facets of wellness as a framework for enhancing your well-being.
Wellness Wednesdays are a time to sit down and focus on your well-being. These session are open to our entire DePaul community.
Take Care DePaul is a call for all members of the DePaul community to create a healthy and safe campus community.