Health and Wellness Taking Care of You Physically and Emotionally You perform your best academically when you are well physically and emotionally. We have resources and facilities to help you maintain your health when you are well, and to help you heal when you are not. Managing Stress with Hamline’s Help You can help manage the stress of law school through: Opportunities and facilities for staying active: Group fitness classes Strength training or working out in Clarence Nelson Fitness Center Playing racquetball or running the indoor track in the Walker Fieldhouse Participating in Intramural sports teams Fostering your religious and spiritual life Meditation Restoring Wellness with University Resources If your physical or emotional ability to withstand all of life’s demands breaks down, Hamline provides: Short term personal & academic counseling through Dean Crouse (email@example.com) Free counseling for individuals, couples or groups through Hamline’s Counseling Office Ambulatory acute and preventive care services through Health Services. This may include evaluation and treatment of illness and injury, physical exams, etc. Supporting Students with Disabilities Students with documented sensory, physical, learning, attentional, or psychological disabilities may be eligible for support and reasonable accommodations through the university’s Disability Resources Office. Don’t know where to start? Contact Dean Crouse (firstname.lastname@example.org).