Student Affairs

Wellness

 

Denver Law 2020 Wellness Schedule

Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program

Law School is stressful. The Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program is confidential and here to help with any issue that is impacting a law student's ability to becoming a productive member of the legal profession. A confidential conversation with COLAP can be the beginning of a solution to the problem. Stop by Office Hours to speak with a COLAP representative - dates can be found in the Law School Events Calendar.

Let's Talk: Counseling for Students

Drop by for a free, anonymous, and confidential counseling session with a counselor from the HCC. All sessions are located in room 314 and are open from 11:45 AM - 1:45 pm. Every Thursday from January 23 to May 14, except March 26.

Chair Massages

All chair massages take place in the Reflection Room, 314. Reserve your session online! Feb .19, Mar. 19, Apr. 15, and Apr. 30

 Meditation Sessions

20-minute sessions at Evans Chapel: Mondays at 12:30 PM, Wednesdays at 7:30 am, Thursdays at 12:30 pm and 4:30 pm.

Yoga Classes

  Yoga classes are offered every day at the Ritchie Center. The class schedule can be viewed at: http://ritchiecenter.du.edu/fitness/group-fitness/

Spiritual Life

The University Chaplain is available to all members of the DU community on issues ranging from interfaith dialogue to spiritual care and counseling. https://www.du.edu/studentlife/religiouslife/8

 

Wellness Resources Available in the Law Building and Around Campus

 

The Student Affairs Office

Stop by for general counsel and support, campus resources, snacks, candy, or a cup of coffee or tea! Ricketson Law Building, Suite 115

The Reflection Room

Located on the 3rd floor of the Law School, the Reflection Room can be reserved via the Study Room Reservation System in 30-minute increments for reflection, prayer, or a quick nap!

Coors Fitness Center

Attend a group fitness class, play a sport, or enjoy the cardio and weight equipment to sweat out stress and improve your higher-order brain functions. http://ritchiecenter.du.edu/fitness/

The Health and Counseling Center

Make an appointment or drop-by during the FREE drop-in hours every weekday from 2:00-4:00 pm to chat with a counselor about the stress of exams, some quick tips to manage anxiety, or any other issues in your life. https://www.du.edu/health-and-counseling-center/

The Collegiate Recovery Community with the HCC offers a supportive environment for students pursuing sobriety. https://www.du.edu/health-and-counseling-center/collegiate-recovery 

Denver Law Academic Achievement Program

Stop by the AAP Resource Center to check out study aids and other resources. Room 457, open over the lunch hour and some afternoons. Contact Professor Diane Kraft with questions. dkraft@law.du.edu

 


 

Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program
Tip of the Month - April 2020

Remember to Be Mindful!

Charlie Chaplin said, “We think too much, and feel too little.”  Of all the professions where thinking too much could be an occupational hazard, the practice of law is certainly one of them.  Ironically, when we take time to connect to what we feel, the brain can access different and more profound ideas or solutions to problems.  Mindfulness is the practice of taking time to breathe and feel what is going on in our body or with our emotional state.  Take a moment and try it.  It will make you even more intelligent!  For more information or for confidential assistance, please contact COLAP at 303-986-3345 or visit our website at www.coloradolap.org

 

Sturm College of Law
University of Denver
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Denver, CO 80208