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Cultivating Skills for Well-Being in Graduate School

September 16, 5-6:30pm

In this session we will introduce skills and practices students can use to foster well-being during their graduate programs and additionally in these turbulent times. Participants will experience a number of practices with demonstrated efficacy in reducing stress, fostering focus and presence. This session will provide valuable experiential exposure to a set of practices to utilize in their programs and a brief review of the empirical and theoretical foundations of these life skills.

Speakers: David Patterson, College of Social Work and Allyson Neal, College of Nursing

Access to Zoom will be managed through Canvas for registered users.

Registration for Cultivating Skills for Well-Being in Graduate School has now been closed.