Wellbeing Wednesdays is a weekly podcast exploring what wellbeing means at West Virginia University. Listen to get to know more about the folks doing work on the ground at the university in addition to some light-hearted fun as we take a look at wellbeing in popular culture.
Courtney is joined by Jessica Johnston-York from the Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services to talk about what self-care might look like in the time of coronavirus and social isolation. For the most updated information about the Carruth Center’s current offerings, please visit: https://carruth.wvu.edu/covid-19
Courtney sits down with Cami Haught, the Registered Dietitian (RD) here on WVU’s campus. Cami provides some quick information about balanced eating on campus – where the best spots in the dining halls are, how to tell the difference between an RD and a nutritionist, and her favorite snack to make in the microwave.
Join Courtney as she flies solo and talks STIs – specifically chlamydia and gonorrhea. It’s a more technical dive as she reviews transmission, symptoms, testing, treatment, and prevention.
Join Courtney as she chats with Marion Holmes, director of Adventure WV, about the nuts and bolts of the Adventure program, but how it fits into student wellbeing as a whole. We’ll also dive into the Netflix documentary series “Cheer” to discuss how the desire to belong can sometimes overwhelm all others, to the detriment of our overall wellbeing.
Improve your wellbeing with fun and insightful talk with WellWVU's Courtney Weaver! In this sneak peek to her new weekly podcast, you'll find out about WellWVU's mission of student wellness education at West Virginia University, and get to know more about the folks doing work on the ground at the university. Each week, Courtney will talk to guests and have some light-hearted fun looking at wellbeing in popular culture and health issues in and around campus.