Emotional Wellness

emotional wellness

The acceptance and awareness of feelings and emotions, and the creation of satisfying relationships with the self and others.

Tips and Highlights

  • Maintain awareness of thoughts and feelings, and utilize available resources to help manage emotions. If you need help with managing an aspect of your emotional health, reach out to a trusted family member or friend, or utilize the Counseling Center.
  • Develop an encouraging attitude
  • Learn to manage feelings, whether negative or positive
  • https://adaa.org/tips-manage-anxiety-and-stress


Counseling Center

  • The Counseling Center provides counseling and consultation services to undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled in the university. The Center offers short-term counseling to help students with personal, academic, and career concerns. The primary goal of counseling is to help students develop the personal awareness and skills necessary to overcome problems and to grow and develop in ways that will allow them to take advantage of the educational opportunities at the university.

Campus Advocate

  • The Campus Advocate and Education Coordinator provides individualized, compassionate and confidential emotional and decision making support to CSUB students, staff and faculty who have experienced Sexual Misconduct. All services are free. A victim/survivor's identity will not be disclosed without their permission. 

Wellness Suite

  • The Wellness Suite (located on the 2nd floor of the SRC) features two nap pods, two massage chairs, a quiet reflection corner, study space, craft tables, and art supplies. We offer Wellness Coaching for one-on-one and small groups and provide referrals to additional campus support services. To reserve a nap pod or massage chair, please visit: https://recstore.csub.edu/

Safe Zone

  • The purpose of the Safe Zone program is to establish a University-wide network of easily visible allies who can provide support, information, and assistance to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at CSUB. Allies are trustworthy, knowledgeable, and sensitive people who can provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment on campus for members of the LGBT community.  Allies are faculty, staff, and administrators who have attended the Safe Zone Ally Orientation and agreed to be visible allies of the LGBT community on campus.