Northeast Passage is offering an 8-week exploration of self through facilitated engagement in recreational activities and conversation at UNH.
The program will run Fridays from 1:10-3:00pm, September 27th-November 15th.
- Who am I in this world?
- What brings meaning and purpose in my life?
- How do I connect with others?
Life in Action may benefit undergraduate students who:
- Are struggling to thrive academically and socially within the campus community.
- Are experiencing challenges due to the transition from adolescence to young adulthood, identity development, or symptoms related to mental health (i.e., low self-esteem, generalized anxiety, social anxiety).
- Would benefit from supported recreational and functional skill development.
Life in Action is facilitated by UNH’s Northeast Passage
Northeast Passage licensed-therapists use purposeful recreation engagement to facilitate personal identity growth, self-efficacy, and functional skill development:
- Communication skills, problem-solving, and time management
- Coping strategies
- Emotional and behavioral regulation
- Value and goal clarifications
Research participation is required. Receive up to $100 for full program and research participation.
For more information, e-mail Tye Thompson at Northeast Passage.