Welcome to the webpage for employee wellness! Oberlin College's Office of Wellness (OC WELL) provides programs and services for employees that foster balance, well-being, and improve health and wellness. Interested in giving us some feedback? Email email@example.com. Stay Healthy, Stay Strong.
How to Reach Us
If you have questions about health-related topics or would like to learn more about campus health resources, feel free to send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
News & Announcements
Thursday, November 14, 2013What if Oberlin College went from the current 30ft parameter for tobacco smoking and instead went tobacco free? Radical notion? Not so much....A tobacco-free workplace is one of the most effective, far-reaching and lasting approaches to reducing employee tobacco use. Tobacco-free workplaces save lives and save money by: supporting employees who are trying to quit smoking moving current smokers to consider quitting or to smoke less preventing nonsmokers from starting to smoke attracting nonsmokers to your work force protecting the health of all workers reducing maintenance and insurance costs Let us know what you think: email@example.com
Tuesday, January 08, 2013This is a great online tool you can use both on your computer or smart phone. You can set your own goals as well (from increasing water, to better sleep, to less stress). Give it a try. An Office of Wellness FAVORITE.
Sunday, January 20, 2013Check out this link and get started: http://www.healthfinder.gov/HealthTopics/Category/doctor-visits/talking-with-the-doctor/take-charge-of-your-health-care#take-action_1
Tuesday, November 11, 2014Monday, November 17th Time: 7–8:30 p.m. Place: Wilder 112 Contact person: Martin Thomson-Jones Contact phone number: (440) 574 3263 Contact email address: firstname.lastname@example.org This wellness workshop for faculty and staff will provide an introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), an 8-week course that will be offered at Solaluna in the spring. MSC is an empirically-supported training program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion. Based on research by Kristin Neff and the clinical work of Christopher Germer, MSC teaches core principles and practices that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care, and understanding. Self-compassion can be learned by anyone, and it provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needed, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves. Rapidly expanding research demonstrates that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional wellbeing, less anxiety, depression, and stress, maintenance of healthy habits such as diet and exercise, and satisfying personal relationships. And it’s easier than you think. This workshop will be a mix of short talks, experiential exercises, discussion, and an introductory meditation. No previous experience with mindfulness or meditation is required, and there is no charge.
Emergency Phone Numbers
|Poison Control Center|
|Mercy Allen Medical Center ER|