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Charleston School of Law is committed to nurturing the well-being and success of our students. Our campus Wellness program offers timely, valuable care to help our students feel well and do well for themselves and others.
According to a survey of 3,300 law students from 15 law schools, the American Bar Association revealed ...
Wellness at Charleston School of Law
The Charleston School of Law is committed to nurturing the well-being and success of our students. We believe that when our students give more to themselves, they have more to give and contribute to our mission to serve the greater good. We believe in teaching our students to not only lawyer well, but to live well.
We want our students to feel well and do well — for themselves and others.
The Charleston School of Law community is committed to a culture of wellness that prioritizes the whole student. The Charleston School of Law provides a full range of on-campus Wellness programs in addition to a variety of virtual offerings. Each program focuses on developing skills to cultivate resilience, growth and self-knowledge so students can thrive during law school and throughout their careers.
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The Charleston School of Law Wellness program will host Mindful Mondays each Monday through the month of February. Join us at 12 noon in the Wellness Room on the second floor across from...
If you have questions about anything mental health related or character and fitness, Briana Suhr, mental health clinician from Lawyers Helping Lawyers, is available for walk-in meetings on Tuesdays from 10 am...
The Charleston School of Law Veterans Support Group will host its next meeting of the Spring 2024 semester on Tuesday, March 12 noon from noon to 1 p.m. in the Students Affairs...
The Charleston School of Law will host Grief Group for students on Tuesday, March 19 from noon to 1:00 p.m. in the Wellness Room (across from Room 220) on the seconbd floor.
MindSet is a new group offering practical tips and usable practices to help manage anxiety, stress and overwhelm. It differs from the Connect group, as that group is student run and led...
Our Office of Wellness and Success at Charleston School of Law is here to help