Wellness Services

AMBROSE UNIVERSITY WELLNESS

At Ambrose, we believe that caring about your wellness includes looking out for your mental and emotional health. Ambrose offers mutliple services to help students in all areas of their lives. 

Services include:

COUNSELLING SERVICES

WELLNESS EVENTS

TRAINED A.S.I.S.T. PERSONNEL


WELLNESS EVENTS

Each month Ambrose offers wellness events to increase the dialogue and conversation around mental health.  Students are encouraged to join any event to participate in conversation or receive support if needed.  In addition, Ambrose offers other supports including: clubs, peer support, and spiritual support.  

For additional information on all resources provided go to www.ambroseuniversitywellness.com

TRAINED A.S.I.S.T. PERSONNEL

If you are struggling with suicidal thougths, contemplating suicide, or just need a safe source to talk to, Ambrose has multiple personnel trained in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. 

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (A.S.I.S.T) is an intensive, interactive, and practice-doninated course desigend to help caregivers recognize and review risk, and intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. 

Please contact one of the following staff members to seek help:

Monique Verhoef, Director of Community Life
Terry Fach, Campus Chaplain
Paul Armbruster, Associate Director of Athletics & Campus Recreation
Julian Erb, Residence Director


ADDITIONAL WELLNESS LINKS

Sexual Violence Response and Awareness at Ambrose

Health Services 

Ambrose University Wellness

 

What's Happening in Wellness

Now Hiring: Peer Health Educator

The Wellness Office is looking for people who are super passionate about mental health and wellness and sharing that passion with peers! Be a part of a team who is seeking to make a difference in the Ambrose community by creating awareness around mental health and wellness. This position will have opportunity to help create and facilitate wellness-related programming on campus for fellow students, with the potential for additional training and advancement.