Welcome to the Wellness Center!
We are located in Gay Hall across from Health Services. The Wellness Center exists to support students in making healthy choices related to their health and wellness. We take a holistic approach to supporting students and offer programming throughout the school year related to physical health, mental health, sexual health and violence prevention.
Being a healthy college student means having the confidence and energy to live each day to its fullest. Maintaining a reasonable balance with health and wellness can be the key to success as a student and beyond. Good health and wellness is up to the individual, however sometimes we all need support and education to make the best choices for ourselves. The wellness center is here to do just that.
Our mission is to create a space that students feel safe and comfortable- able to explore meanings connected to health and wellness and discover the best process for the individual.
Wellness Center Programming
Various resources available related to holistic health and wellness. Click here to see what types of programming will be offered throughout the year related to health and wellness.
Information related to sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. Provides education, awareness and bystander training programming with the goal of reducing instances of personal power based violence on campus. Connected with local resources for advocacy.
Morris Healthy Eating is working to make fresh fruits and vegetables and other healthy foods more available and accessible on the University of Minnesota Morris campus, in Morris, and in Stevens County.
A Student Organization at the Morris Campus—they have regular meetings in the Wellness Center and support students through awareness programming on the subject of health and wellness.
- Wellness Center & Violence Prevention Coordinator
- MSW, University of Minnesota
- B.A., Concordia College
Jeanne is the coordinator of the Wellness Center and Violence Prevention Programs. She is also a counselor in student counseling. Please call or email if you have questions about programming or office hours.
Jeanne has been at UMM Student Counseling since 2014 and in addition to counseling, she also serves as the Wellness Center and Violence Prevention Coordinator. Jeanne started working in the mental health field in 2006 and has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient, intensive outpatient and outpatient settings as a social worker, therapist and supervisor. Jeanne believes in meeting patients where they are at and that developing a connection with individuals is the cornerstone to work in the mental health field. Jeanne uses an eclectic approach to therapy which includes cognitive behavioral therapy and narrative therapy. She also continues to enjoy utilizing psychoeducation as a way for students to gain a better understanding of themselves and mental illness and learn a multitude of new ways to cope. She also specializes in group work and leads a Depression/Anxiety psychotherapy group at UMM.
The Wellness Center works in collaboration with the Career Center and faculty on campus to sponsor internships for credit. Internship can be created to fit the student’s interests or career aspirations. Students may also choose to intern voluntarily without class credit. If you are interested.