TitanWell offers a variety of programs to assist students in making healthy choices. View the information below to learn more about our services.
Updated June 26, 2020
TITANWELL will only be offering services virtually at this time
Videos: Recorded Presentations can be viewed on our YouTube channel
Presentations: Requests for presentations via Zoom can be made here: TitanWell Program Request Form
Individual Consultations : Please see descriptions below. Requests can be made by calling (657) 278-2800
Social Media: Daily postings and stories are available on our Instagram page. Follow us @titanwell
Presentations can be tailored to your audience, and are also available individualy. Just ask!
Alcohol, Marijuana, & Other Drugs
Illicit Drugs and Marijuana
Illicit drug use is often misperceived as being a part of the college experience. This presentation covers prescription drug abuse, street drugs, study drugs, and marijuana. Learn about the most commonly used illegal and prescription drugs, the warning signs of drug dependence and addiction, and the real data concerning drug use at Cal State Fullerton.
"Titan Up the Party" - Alcohol Awareness
Using a harm-reduction approach to alcohol use, this presentation addresses standard drink size, blood alcohol concentration (BAC), binge drinking defined, and how to be a friend when alcohol poisoning is a concern. Also covered are alcohol use relating to sexual misconduct and how alcohol use can affect academic performance.
Struggling to eat healthy with little time or money? Keto, Paleo, or strictly IIFYM? And what’s the deal with carbs, anyway? Get FOODucated, and ditch the diet bandwagon! Sign up for one of our free, weekly workshops at http://bit.ly/fooducation. (Free lunch is provided!) You may also book a special presentation for your campus club or organization:
Refuel, Rehydrate, Rebuild!
Is fitness your forte? Or, do you dread working out? Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, casual exerciser, or habitual couch potato, Refuel, Rehydrate, Rebuild offers something for all. We’ll discuss healthy physical activity ideas for busy students, how to fuel and hydrate before, during, and after activity, protein powders and other supplements, and calorie and macronutrient needs for bulking, cutting, and maintenance.
The Price Tastes Right!
Ball on a budget Titan-style for as little as $7 a day without sacrificing flavor, fullness, or nutrition. Join our Peer Health Educators from the comfort of your own home and learn to shop smart! We’ll discuss top money-saving protein foods, meal prep strategies, creating your go-to grocery list, and more. All students completing this workshop (including pre- and posttest surveys) will be automatically entered into an opportunity drawing for hoodies, water bottles, and other Titan Shops Gear.
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Download your The Price Taste Right Action Plan Booklet
Hot Topics in Nutrition
Antioxidants, supplements, gluten-free, oh my! Organic, anyone? How about vegan? Hot Topics in Nutrition is all about demystifying these trending items in the media and on grocery shelves—plus much more! We’ll even discuss how to unlock the power of food labels and supplement facts!
Join the Peer Health Educators anytime, anywhere! We know there’s many challenges to balancing nutrition as a college student, but let’s overcome them together. We’ll discuss the truth about carbs, easy strategies for portioning and meal planning at home, mindful nutrition, and more. All students completing this workshop (including pre- and posttest surveys) will be automatically entered into an opportunity drawing for hoodies, water bottles, and other Titan Shops Gear.
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Download your Mission Nutrition Action Plan Booklet
Sexual Health & Healthy Relationships
The Lowdown on Gettin’ Down
Discussing the importance of sexual responsibility may be difficult for some individuals; however, this presentation offers an educational overview of sexually transmitted infections, barrier and contraceptive methods, and sexual communication skills. With a little bit of humor and a lot of information, this presentation makes for an educational and socially relevant experience.
Queering Sex Ed
Queering Sex Education is an inclusive sexual health education presentation that addresses health concerns amongst the LGBTQIA+ community. This presentation discusses the importance of sexual orientation, gender identity, and encourages acceptance for LGBTQIA+ folks who are often overlooked or actively stigmatized. We review sexually transmitted infections that affect the LGBT population, safer sex practices, and dispel myths and stereotypes about behavior and identity.
Sexual Communication and Healthy Relationships
Communication is important for all relationships. For sexual relationships, good communication reduces risk & increases pleasure. This workshop covers what to talk about with your partner(s), when to have the conversation, why it’s important to communicate, and how to communicate effectively.
STI Prevention & Birth Control
The choice to be sexually active is a personal one; however, knowing the risks for sexually transmitted infections, as well as being aware of birth control methods can help individuals make safer decisions when the time arrives. This presentation provides detailed information on the common STIs and features a show-and-tell of various pregnancy prevention options.
This workshop draws on a community-focused bystander intervention framework that teaches safe, low-level intervention skills when encountering troubling sexual encounters, romantic dynamics, and other high-tension situations.
Violence Prevention 101
An overview of sexual assault and harassment, stalking, interpersonal violence, consent, bystander intervention, campus, and community resources and how to help a friend.
Behind Closed Doors
Do you know the dynamics of abuse? How about the difference between an unhealthy, healthy, and abusive relationship? Come explore the deeper underpinnings of intimate partner violence and our role as a community to address this epidemic.
As we spend more time online, we are all exposed to unknown risks for cyber stalking and online abuse. Learn about strategies for you to take control of your online relationships, the harm that exists in the digital world and how to minimize risk.
Is It Assault?
Society and media cause warped perceptions of what constitutes sexual assault and harassment. We'll dive into sexual assault, sexual harassment, consent, rape culture and brainstorm how as a campus we can build a safer campus.
Who Is Watching Y
Through the analysis of popular media, we’ll explore impacts on our societies’ view of stalking, discuss prevalence, types of stalking behavior, motivations for stalking and the impact it has on its victims.
All individual appointments are 30-60 minutes and are now being held over Zoom or on the phone.
Alcohol and Marijuana Use
Has someone mentioned to you that they are concerned about your drinking or marijuana use? Our Health Educator meets with individual students who are focusing on using in moderation.
Our Registered Dietitian is your food and nutrition expert on campus and is available for 60-minute individual consultations on topics ranging from food allergies and GI health to weight management and sports nutrition.
Consultations include a discussion of various birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections, healthy decision making, partner communication, and other reproductive health issues.