Self-Care in Times of Stress: Reading, Discussion, & Activity Group
With Ann Updike, Associate Director of the HCWE, and guests
As we enter another semester of remote teaching, Zoom meetings, and continued uncertainty around the pandemic, a practice of self-care will become even more important to get us through. Join colleagues on three Wednesdays in February and March to discuss readings on topics such as the impacts of stress, the importance of self-care, the benefits of various self-care practices, and other topics of interest to the group. The readings and discussion are intended to help us care for ourselves (and thus others) in order to relieve stress and encourage concentration, creativity, and resilience. Each session will also include time to practice what we are learning. All sessions will take place on Zoom, from 2:50PM—4:10PM. You need not attend all sessions.
Session 1, with Ann Elizabeth Armstrong (Theater): Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2:50PM—4:10PM
Session 2, with Yoga Teacher Tanuja Singh: Wednesday, March 3, 2:50PM—4:10PM
Session 3, with Vrinda Kalia (Psychology): Wednesday, March 17, 2:50PM—4:00PM
Each session is capped at 12 attendees. We want to ensure maximum participation opportunities in a synchronous online environment. If you are not among the first 12 people to register for a session, we'll let you know and place you on a waiting list.
Wednesday, March 17 at 2:50pm to 4:10pmVirtual Event