Are you looking to join a team for the 2013 Prouty?
Well, look no further than team, "Big Green Pazooie."
- Training Activities & Social Gatherings
- Fundraising support
- Spririted Pep Talks, Newsletters, customized t-shirts and more!
Join other staff, faculty, alumni, students and friends to support our amazing community resource, the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.
Email email@example.com if interested.
- RECEIVE Your Biometric Screenings ($50*)
- COMPLETE Your Health Assessment ($100*)
- ENGAGE with a Health Coach ($50*)
*Available to benefits eligible active employees only (you do not have to be enrolled in one of the Dartmouth College Health Plans).
Delve into your internal state and find supportive resources.
Browse through a fact sheet from the National Institute of Mental Health to learn more. Is it just a bad day, or something more serious? When that "I just want to give up" feeling persists, find out if the response is usual or might signal depression. Learn more about depression and emerging from it.
How much worry is normal? Get the facts about anxiety.
Why Suffer in Silence?
Need a good listener? An understanding advisor? All Dartmouth employees—and their families—can schedule up to eight FREE, CONFIDENTIAL eight counseling sessions annually—more if a new problem arises. Schedule your appointment at a convenient time and discuss any problem that may affect your work, whether professional or personal.
Meet your counselor in the Nugget Arcade, Suite 204, or a satellite office at the Tuck School, HOP, Centerra, DHMC, or Baker-Berry Library. If you would feel more comfortable in another setting, that can also be arranged.
Norris Cotton Cancer Center offers alternative therapies such as massage and acupuncture. You need not be a cancer patient to benefit.
Get a chair massage—free! No appointment needed! Patients or visiting friends and family can receive a free 15-minute chair massage sessions in a private room just behind the 3K reception desk. Professional, licensed massage therapists are ready to ease your stress.
For millennia, traditional Chinese medicine has counseled that the best treatments are those that allow the body to heal itself, and has used acupuncture as one way of doing this. Small needles are inserted in certain locations to release qi or chi, the body's own energy. Scientific studies support acupuncture's claims that it can relieve pain and alleviate other discomforts, including migraine, cramps, arthritis, and nausea. Find more information or to schedule an appointment.
Relax ! Sleep better! Build immunity! Get free audio materials to help you de-stress, at www.dartmouth.edu/healthed/relax
Stress can weaken the body, lowering its defenses to viral infections. It can also lead to insomnia. Enhance your own ability to let the pressures drop away, sleep soundly, and stay strong by reading the information on this website and by downloading and using the recordings available there.
The Mindfulness Practice Group
Starting Wednesday, September 26th, at 8 am, the Mindfulness Practice Group will meditate together for 30 minutes each week and then a chapter from a relevant book. All are welcome. They encourage anyone interested to join.
The schedule for the fall term spans six Wednesdays, 8 am in the Tucker Seminar Room (105): September 26th, October 3rd, October 10th, October 17th, October 24th, October 31st, November 6th.
Please contact Helen M. Damon-Moore with questions.
Beyond the mind and the body.
Whatever you believe—and whatever you question—you can find a community at the Tucker Foundation Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. Express your faith and explore your doubts in a supportive, welcoming environment.
Admission is free, tours are available, and special events abound. Since 1772, the Hood has been building its collection and currently cares for over 65,000 objects. You can wander through at your own pace, listen to a lecture, or sign up for a workshop. Admire the art of others, learn to appreciate artistry, or indulge your own artistic streak.
All Dartmouth and DHMC employees are welcome to bring their partners and families to any of the After Hours events. Make new friends and hang out with old buddies as you bus to New York City or Montreal, take in an out-of-town game, hike, rock climb, ice skate, ski, cook new dishes, throw a pot, bead a necklace ,compete in a board game, sip some wine, taste some chocolate. . . .the list is long and the programs are popular. (Some already have wait lists!) Don't forget the First Thursday Socials each month. There is also a monthly First Monday Social sponsored by the LGBTQA community. (All are welcome to any activity.) Why not take advantage of this chance to meet some of Dartmouth's impressive "human capital?" Get full details on the website!
Last Updated: 9/27/12