Peer Health is a group of student leaders who are committed to raising awareness and educating peers about a variety of college pertinent health and wellness topics.
What is Peer Health?
Peer Health is composed of an open-minded and diverse group of students that represent a variety of social groups on campus. As individuals and as a group they strive to help make Bowdoin a healthier and more balanced place. Peer Health members are trained in motivational interviewing techniques, empathetic listening skills, and college-pertinent health issues.
To join Peer Health, students go through a selective application and interview process. Interested in applying? Contact Celeste Hynes for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out some of our work below!
The Stall Street Journal is our monthly health promotion newsletter that you usually find in bathroom stalls across campus. During this time where we are not on campus together, we have decided to continue this monthly publication and post the issues on our website for you to view:
- Alcohol and Drug Education
- Body Satisfaction
- Holistic Wellness
- Mental Health at College
- Sexual Health
- Sleep & Stress Reduction