9 Dimensions of Wellness Learn more about the nine dimensions of wellness (physical, emotional, financial, social, environmental, creative, occupational, intellectual, and spiritual) and found how they relate to your everyday quality of life.
Health Services Find out more about the health services offered at the Wellness Center, including check-ups, immunizations, examinations, and how to make an appointment.
Counseling Learn more about our Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), which include individual and group counseling, suicide prevention, and tips to help a friend. The Wellness Team is here to support you.
Health Promotion Learn more about the wellness initiatives implemented on campus and apply today to become a Wellness Ambassador!
Off Campus Health Find out more about external services available in the Winter Park area.
For Parents Learn more about ways to support your students through the Wellness Center's services.
Meet Our Team The Wellness Team is here to support and assist you in your journey to a healthier you.
To schedule an appointment, call 407-628-6340.
We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5:30pm.
We strongly suggest calling at least 24 hours ahead to schedule your appointment.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment.
Once you arrive at the Wellness Center, you will be asked to fill out required paperwork prior to receiving any wellness services.
The relationship between a client/patient and any Wellness Center staff member is confidential, and we strictly adhere to these legal and ethical obligations. You are entitled to privacy, within the capacity of the facility, and to confidentiality to the extent provided by the law. Medical and mental health records are strictly confidential and information will not be released without written authorization from the student or a court order. Authorization forms are available at the Wellness Center.
Florida law provides the following exceptions to confidentiality:
1. Intent to harm self or others.
2. Suspected abuse, abandonment, neglect or exploitation of a minor child, elderly person, vulnerable adult, or resident of an institution.
3. A properly executed court order for information.
Clients are provided with documentation explaining confidentiality at the time of their appointment.