Wellness Services

AMBROSE UNIVERSITY WELLNESS

At Ambrose, we care about your well-being. Because people are so complex, it is important to take care of ourselves in multiple ways. Life, especially as a student, can get pretty complicated, so learning to incorporate good strategies to take care of your well-being is crucial for your health.

What is wellness? Wellness includes areas such as spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual/academic and social well-being. To help you work in these areas, Ambrose Wellness Office is striving to provide opportunities for you to participate in enhancing your well-being.

Services include:

COUNSELLING SERVICES

WELLNESS AND MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS EVENTS

CRISIS SUPPORT

PEER HEALTH EDUCATORS

 

Additional Wellness Links

Sexual Violence Response and Awareness at Ambrose
Community Health Services


Wellness and Mental Health Awareness Events

Ambrose offers regularly scheduled wellness events to increase the conversation about mental health. These events may include opportunities for understanding more about your personal wellness or topics that contribute to understanding mental health. There will also be other training opportunities from community organizations that are offered throughout the semester that are offered at a subsidized rate.

In addition, Ambrose offers other supports including clubs and spiritual support

 

Student Wellness Calendar

Wellness 101

Demystifying Mindfulness

A Good Night's Sleep

ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Psychology and Spirituality

Contact the Wellness Office

Melissa Kroker, Wellness Coordinator
Telephone: 403-410-2000 ext. 2965    
Email: Melissa.Kroker@ambrose.edu 
Location: Student Life, Second Floor

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.