Healthy Tune-Up Workshops

The Student Wellness &  Health Promotion Staff, including Peer Health Educators, are available to present, create programs, and facilitate activities to meet your health education needs. The topics we focus on are:

(Click on the topics to learn more about workshops offered)

Step Up UCI! Bystander Intervention Training

Campuses across the county are implementing bystander intervention programs to handle a wide variety of topics and to encourage students to pay more attention to what is happening around them and to intervene when they see something they are concerned about and/or someone needs some kind of help.  UCI has adopted the national Step Up program as a general bystander program, along with the Green Dot Program specifically for sexual assault/violence (Green Dot is managed out of UCI’s CARE Office).

The Step Up UCI! Bystander intervention program operates under the following mantra:

If you see something you are concerned about, say and/or do something.

If you need help, ask for it with confidence and expect to get it.

… or simply

See Something, Say Something, Do Something!

The program encourages students, faculty and staff to use the above mantra to help create a safer, healthier campus environment.

For more information on the Step Up UCI! Bystander Intervention program, visit our program website at: StepUpBystander.uci.edu

A training can be requested either through the website or via the Student Wellness & Health Promotion Healthy Tune-Up Request Form.

TIPS Training

TIPS for the University is a 2.5 hour program that helps students make smart choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use.  During the workshop, students address drinking behaviors specific to UCI’s drinking culture and develop intervention techniques appropriate to our campus.

TIPS for the University provides students with the knowledge and confidence necessary to reduce high-risk drinking behavior among their peers.

Students at UCI who have been TIPS trained include Hospitality & Dining concessions staff and Peer Health Educators.

Benefits of TIPS Training:

Decision-making skills that help students weigh the consequences of their actions and those of their peers, and moderate their behavior to avoid problems with alcohol.

Confidence to intervene to prevent alcohol-related incidents on campus such as property damage, injury, underage drinking and drunk driving.

Interpersonal skills that increase students’ ability to intervene in difficult alcohol-related situations.

Respect and concern for others leading to a more positive campus environment.

Leadership qualities that help students influence their peers to avoid problem behaviors.

To request a TIPS training, contact Margaret Valle at m.valle@uci.edu or call 949-824-9355.

Alcohol Education

Alcohol Workshop: Whether you choose to drink or not, alcohol may play a role in your college life. This workshop provides tips on how to be smart, stay safe and have a good time when you go out. If you don’t drink alcohol, you will learn practical tools to help out a friend if they have too much to drink. This workshop also takes a look at what the drinking culture really looks like at UCI while dispelling common misconceptions about alcohol.

Marijuana Workshop: This workshop will cover key points to know about marijuana: What is it, exactly? What are the effects? Who uses it and how is it used? How does it affect our environment? What are the current state and campus laws? Students will also explore their own personal influences that have led them to use or not to use.

Prescription & Over-the-Counter Medication Abuse/Misuse Workshop: Unintentional overdose deaths involving prescription medication abuse/misuse has quadrupled since 1999 and now outnumber those from heroin and cocaine combined. This workshop will cover commonly misused/abused medications, current trends and how recognize signs of abuse.

Step Up UCI! Bystander Intervention Program Workshop: The Step Up UCI! Bystander Intervention Program is a workshop that educates students on the theories and research behind bystander behavior and why people often don’t respond the way they want to.

Tobacco (Hookah & Electronic Cigarettes) Workshop

Stress & Time Management

Self-Care Workshop:  Self-care is an important part of stress management and self-exploration. In this interactive workshops we explore the idea of self-care, wellness, and relaxation. At the end of the workshop students are encouraged to create their own self-care plan.

Stress Management Workshop: We all experience stress. This workshops focuses on the key concepts of stress and how stress effects our body and mind. Students will explore their own personal stressors and discover tips to help deal with stress.

Time Management Workshop: Do you ever feel like there is not enough time in the day? This workshops provides tips and strategies to help make the most of the 24 hours in your day.

Financial Wellness Workshop: This interactive workshop will provide students with tips and tools to help them plan a budget and set financial goals.

Dimensions of Wellness & Creating Balance Workshop: This workshops explores the different dimensions of the CSWHP Wellness Wheel. Students will assess their own wellness and learn about tools and tips for bettering their health and wellness.

Sexual Health

STIs/STDs 101  Workshop: This workshop is lecture based and provides an in-depth discussion of Sexually Transmitted Infections including the biology of the infection, incidence, prevalence, and prevention. The workshop also includes tangible information for those who may have a chronic STI or who may be sexually active with a person with a chronic STI, who still want to have a healthy and active sex life.

Birth Control Basics & Reproductive Health Workshop: This lecture based workshop provides detailed information on birth control options for those who wish to delay pregnancy. It provides an overview of each method and also discussions of the benefits and challenges of each method. Also includes samples of different birth control options.

Is it Safe? Is it Sex? Workshop: A fun and engaging discussion on sex and the potential risks of unprotected sex. Join the presenter in creating a “Risk Spectrum,” where you have an open discussion about different real-life scenarios and how to stay safe.

AIDs/HIV 101 Workshop: This lecture based workshop focuses on the basics of HIV infection including the incidence, prevalence, biology of the infection and prevention methods.

“Can we Talk?” Workshop: This interactive workshop dissects common questions that college students have when exploring new relationships. The workshop focuses on helping students build healthy, positive communication skills as they begin to develop deeper connections with other people.

Nutrition

Eating for Energy Workshop: This workshop focuses on how to optimize your diet for ultimate college success. This covers the basics of nutrition and promotes eating to sustain energy.

Fad Diets Workshop: This workshop offers tips for the healthiest way to manage your weight and how to avoid the pitfalls of fad diets.

Positive Body Image Workshop: This workshop offers information and discussion on positive body image. Learn how to appreciate your body-your partner for life!

When you request a workshop, we ask that you:

  • Make the request at least two weeks before the workshop date
  • Get a minimum of 12 participants to attend
  • Communicate any changes in needs, logistics, or preferences for the workshop with us
  • Meet the facilitator(s) at the location at least 15 minutes prior to the program

**Please note: If the program does not begin within 10 minutes of the scheduled time or if there is low attendance, the facilitator(s) reserve the right to cancel the program and leave.

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