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Wellness Wheel

Peer Health Educators use the Wellness Wheel to guide our conversations with fellow students, to present meaningul programs to groups, and to connect individuals with resources on campus. 

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Wellness Wheel

Wellness Wheel Dimensions

Learn about each dimension and related campus resources. Click on a dimension to jump to that section of this page.

 

Emotional

Occupational

Interpersonal

Spiritual

Physical

Financial

Intellectual

Environmental

Cultural

Emotional

EMOTIONAL

Includes the ability to identify, express and manage a range of feelings and emotions; as well as the development of sensitivity and awareness towards the feelings of others. This dimension helps to cope with and/or adapt to life’s challenges and manage stress.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Student Health and Counseling Center  |  Active Minds  |  SilverCloud

Occupational

OCCUPATIONAL

Includes seeking engagement in work to gain personal satisfaction and enrichment that is consistent with one’s values, goals and lifestyle. This dimension involves finding fulfillment and meaning in work while expanding skills and strengths; as well as the ability to balance between work (or school or volunteer) related commitments and leisure time.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Advising and Career Center  |  Volunteer Program  |  Student Support Services  |  Parkside Academic Resource Center  |  Student Affairs and Enrollment Services  |  Human Resources  |  Handshake  |  Library

 
Interpersonal

INTERPERSONAL

Includes ability to connect and relate to others through relationships, mutual trust and respect. These satisfying relationships can give support and guidance in one’s life. This dimension considers building and utilizing social networks as well as helps to be able to set and respect personal boundaries.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Campus Activity and Engagement  |  Campus Connect  |  Student Support Services  |  Student Center  |  The Den  |  Cinema  |  Media Organizations  |  Greek Organizations  |  Library  |  The Bridge 

 
Spiritual

SPIRITUAL

This dimension helps to establish harmony and balance by openly exploring the depth of human purpose and life meaning through dialogue and self-reflection. Principles, morals and ethics provide guides for one own’s life. This dimension also involves aligning values with decisions and actions.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Library  |  Service and Religious Organizations

 
Physical

PHYSICAL

Involves the body, nutrition and overall health. This dimension considers adequate amounts of sleep, engagement in exercise regularly, and a nutritionally balanced diet. This dimension includes the ability to make conscious decisions about health and choices to avoid harmful habits.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Student Health and Counseling Center  |  Campus Dining  |  Sports & Activity Center  |  Intramurals  |  Disc Golf  |  Sports and Rec Clubs

 
Financial

FINANCIAL

Involves ability to save and manage finances by being aware of financial state, income, budgets and debt. This dimension involves having a balance between saving for the future and spending for the present; as well as having and achieving realistic goals.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Scholarships and Financial Aid  |  Cashier's Office

 
Intellectual

INTELLECTUAL

Involves critical thinking, curiosity and moral reasoning; as well as the ability to be open to new experiences in order to continue to learn. This dimension includes seeking opportunities that fulfills life-long learning and engaging in education for the pursuit of knowledge. This dimension considers the collaboration of ideas and knowledge with others.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Parkside Academic Resource Center  |  Registrar’s Office  |  Student Affairs and Enrollment Services  |  Student Support Services  |  Registrar’s Office  |   Academic and Honorary Organizations  | Library  |  University Bookstore

 
Environmental

ENVIRONMENTAL

Involves considering one’s surroundings ranging from nature to personal spaces along with interactions between nature and individuals.  This dimension helps to recognize the responsibility to preserve, protect and improve those environments. Social environment, understanding the impact of one’s surrounds, is also included.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Student Center  |  University Police  |  Housing and Residence Life  |  Parkside Student Government  |  Issues and Awareness Organizations

 
Cultural

CULTURAL

Involves values and active participation in a diverse range of arts and creative experiences as a means to understand and appreciate the surrounding world. This dimension includes respecting inclusivity by interacting with and appreciating people of different backgrounds, lifestyles, experiences, limitations and beliefs.

 


 

RELATED CAMPUS RESOURCES

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)  |  LGBTQ Resource Center  |   Creative Services  |  Multicultural Organizations  | Art Organizations  |  The Rita

 

About these resources  |  We've presented some ideas to point you in the right direction. This is not a comprehensive list, and this list is always evolving. For a personalized list of resources to best help you, please contact a PHE member.

Have a resource suggestion? If you would like to add a resource, please contact us.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Peer Health Educators  |  peerhealtheducators@uwp.edu

Student Health and Counseling Center

262-595-2366
Fax: 262-595-2138

Location
East of Tallent Hall
Convenient parking
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SHCC Office Hours

Mon 8 am-6:30 pm 

Tue

8 am-4:30 pm

Wed

8 am-4:30 pm

Thu  8 am-6:30 pm
Fri 8 am-4:30 pm

 

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