News 2022: Mental Health for Wealth Week Resources
Mental Health for Wealth Week Resources

The Counseling Center is sponsoring 15 events to promote self-care, relaxation, and release.

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Mental Health for Wealth Week starts Monday, April 25 with a "Learn to Knit" event in the STEM Learning Lab, and concludes Friday night, April 29 with a "Chalk Walk" outside the Grove.

As the spring semester winds down, the Counseling Center is sponsoring 15 events focused on improving mental, physical, and spiritual health. Each event is open to the entire UMassD community. 

"While the end of the academic year can be a time of relief and accomplishment, getting through finals and commencement can also be very stressful," said Counseling Center Director Cate Perry and Senior Associate Director Erin Carter. "Taking time out to attend to your mental health is a priority. The Counseling Center is offering these events to encourage students to take some time away from the stress to relax and release. Self-care is how you take your power back! RELAX! RELEASE! RECHARGE!"

View the Counseling Center’s list of events below:






Questions about any of these events can be directed to the Counseling Center (508) 999-8648.

Anyone struggling to manage stress, anxiety, or depression, are encouraged to make an appointment with the Counseling Center by calling (508) 999-8648, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For after-hours, call the crisis line at (508) 910-HELP, or dial 9-1-1 for an emergency.