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Wellness Resources: INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO THE TUC WELLNESS RESOURCES GUIDE

This resource guide on Wellness prepared by the TUC librarians uses the 8 dimensions of the wellness model * created by the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). Each of the 8 wellness dimensions–emotional, spiritual, financial, environmental, social, intellectual, physical, occupational--is a separate tab in this resource guide, and each wellness tab includes materials appropriate to that dimension available in the TUC Library as well as other materials identified by the TUC librarians. Given the vast amount of materials available in these fields, this is just a start of materials available. This guide will be continually improved and updated as we obtain and identify additional and new resources. 

We welcome and encourage your suggestions and comments on this guide. Please email us at: tuc.library@tu.edu

We wish for wellness to accompany you through life’s rhythms and hope that resources included here will increase understanding of how to improve your personal wellness and what contributes to wellness. Sometimes self-care is not sufficient. As members of the TUC community, please remember the TUC persons, offices and resources listed under the TUC Wellness Resources are here to assist you. In addition to TUC wellness resources the list on this page also includes important local and other key wellness resources. 

Jennifer Abueg, Amy Castro, Julie Horwath, Tamara Trujillo

Adapted from Swarbrick, M. (2006). A wellness approach. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29(4), pp. 311-314.

TUC CAMPUS & KEY LOCAL AND NATIONAL WELLNESS RESOURCES

KEY LOCAL & NATIONAL RESOURCES

A WELLNESS APPROACH*