The Summer Series to Build Resilience Skill

The Integrative Psychiatry and Wellness Program's Summer Series for Building Resilience continues. Please join us for our virtual programming:

 


Mindful Moment (15 min):  Short experiential sessions introducing mindfulness or positive psychology tools to help with stress.  

 

Tuesdays 8:45-9:00am

Join Zoom Meeting https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/94760968682?pwd=WTJEcFFnelBGaVh1ak9kaVlzbjJmdz09 

Meeting ID: 947 6096 8682 


Wellness Break (45 min):  These are weekly discussions and simple experiential practice sessions. Discussions help make sense of current wellness topics and provide practical ideas for self-care. Experiential practices support focus, restored energy and wellbeing. 

 

Monday 12:15-1:00pm

August 3:  “Recovering from Stress:  Optimizing Digestive Health”

August 10:  “How Do I Know What Foods Are Best for my Body?  Understanding Methods for Evaluating Dietary Triggers of Inflammation”

August 17:  “Daily Practice to Cultivate Resilience” 

August 24:  “Recovering from Stress:  How to Regulate Cortisol Levels Naturally”

August 31:  “Mindful Movement for Mental Health" 

Join Zoom Meeting https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/96339947244?pwd=UmZ2Qkw2RWdQQTBVaGlTeFdSYmxVZz09 

Meeting ID: 963 3994 7244 


For more information about all of our events, contact us at psychwellness@umn.edu or call 612-273-9827.

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