Healthy Cats Peer Education
The new Healthy Cats meeting time is Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. in the Student Health Center, Room 202. Our meetings are open to new members of all majors and gender identities.
About Healthy Cats
Healthy Cats Peer Educators are student leaders dedicated to promoting health education and wellness throughout the Texas State campus and the surrounding community through presentations and community outreach. Topics addressed include sexual health, drugs and alcohol use, stress, mental health and nutrition.
Joining Healthy Cats
Joining Healthy Cats has many benefits. It provides you with a chance to increase your knowledge about health-related issues, gain self-confidence, improve your communication skills, and to provide a needed service on your campus.
You should consider joining Healthy Cats if you have a desire to work with the Texas State community, motivation to increase knowledge of health, and a sincere concern for the overall well-being of yourself and other students. Healthy Cats members must be able to work independently or on a team and have the ability to be open-minded and non-judgmental when discussing sensitive issues. The new Healthy Cats meeting time is Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. in the Student Health Center, Room 202.
For more information on joining Healthy Cats, call 512.245.2161, visit Health Promotion Services located in Room 101 in Encino Hall, or email email@example.com.
Healthy Cats Peer Education Officers
- Mental Health Awareness
- Nutrition & Wellness
- Women's Health
- Sexual Health
- Mental Health
- Emotional Health
- Intellectual Health
- Healthy Cats
Meet our Healthy Cats Advisor
Katie Dash serves as a Health Promotion Specialist for the Student Health Center and the advisor for Healthy Cats. She obtained both her Bachelor of Science in Health with an emphasis in Community Health and Master of Science in Health Education from Texas A&M University. Katie is also a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and certified K-12 Texas educator. Her passion for university wellness began during her time as a Graduate Assistant at Texas A&M Health Promotion and grew into the love she has today for helping college students achieve their full potential. During her time at Texas A&M, Katie also served as the Community Relations Intern for a senior care agency and taught several health courses to a wide range of grade levels and demographics. Her professional interests include teaching methodologies, mental health and alcohol and drug education. In her free time, Katie loves attending concerts, flying to new places and playing with her two dogs, Jack and Sally.