Wellness coaching is an individual program that helps students identify personal goals and discover individualized strategies to improve their overall well-being. Wellness coaches listen to students’ concerns and work collaboratively to create an action plan to address their specified wellness goals. Your coach will offer support and guidance along the way and will help to hold you accountable for achieving your goals.
Wellness Coaches can work with you to:
Set and achieve personal goals
Initiate and sustain wellness behaviors
Balance dimensions of health and wellbeing
Identify potential barriers to change and develop strategies to move forward
Brainstorm strategies and identify resources
VOICE is Georgia Tech’s sexual and relationship violence prevention and survivor support initiative based in the Wellness Empowerment Center. Launched in 2002 and expanded in 2015, VOICE provides support to victim-survivors of sexual violence as well as educates the campus community about healthy relationships and sexual violence. Sexual violence is an umbrella term that includes sexual harassment, stalking, dating and domestic violence, and sexual assault and rape.
All students can meet with our dietitians to receive individual counseling virtually. Each initial visit includes a one-hour appointment, an analysis of your current eating plan, and an action plan addressing your individual goals. Our dietitians see students who want to address disordered eating habits, change their eating habits, manage a medical diagnosis or concern, or learn how to stay nourished while following specific food restrictions or allergies. Our dietitians are also members of Georgia Tech’s multidisciplinary Eating Disorder Treatment Team.
Stamps Health Services is an outpatient ambulatory care center that provides health care and health education to students and their spouses/domestic partners.
Our Services include primary care, pharmacy, women’s health, psychiatry, immunization and allergy, and nutrition. We also have on-site laboratory and radiology services.
Headspace helps students to: Learn to stress less; Focus more and decrease mind wandering; Reduce strain and burnout; Improve self-compassion; Prepare for exams, presentations and more with custom exercises. Georgia Tech offers access to Headspace at no cost for students.
The Center for Mental Health Care & Resources educates students for life by providing a variety of services and programs that are consistent and consonant with the strategic plan goals of the Institution and the Division of Student Engagement & Well-Being.
Services include testing and assessment, referral to support services, short-term individual counseling, group counseling, couples counseling, crisis intervention, as well as mental health workshops, and consultation for faculty and staff, family and friends of Tech students.
All services are confidential and free of charge for all students currently registered at Georgia Tech in a degree-seeking program. A student must be registered in the current semester to utilize our services. If a student is on co-op or internship and not registered for classes, then they would not be eligible during that semester. In this instance we would be happy to provide appropriate referrals for services.
The Center for Mental Health Care & Resources provides brief or short-term therapy for a variety of presenting issues. Concerns that require on-going or long-term treatment are best served through referral to one of the many qualified community providers we have in the nearby Atlanta community.
Student Access to the CRC is included in the Georgia Tech Mandatory or Voluntary Fee. For more information or to pay your voluntary fee, please visit the Bursar’s website. The Campus Recreation Complex (CRC) is a 300,659 sq.ft. facility located on Ferst Drive on the West side of campus. The complex is a unique expansion of the existing swimming and diving venue built for the 1996 Olympic Games. The CRC provides a premier recreation fitness center, aquatic center, recreation fields, and leadership challenge course for the Georgia Tech community. It is also home to the Georgia Tech men’s and women’s varsity swimming and diving team and attracts premier international, national, state and local aquatic events.