Banana Slug Share: Self-Care Foundations

In this workshop, we will explore the questions: What is self-care? Why is self-care important? How can we practice self-care? We'll have a knowledge share portion along with breakout group sharing, large group sharing, and some coaching as time permits. Participants will leave the session understanding more about self-care, discover and start removing obstacles to self-care, and learn how to take aligned action to prioritize time for self-care. Participants may choose to have a journal/notebook and pen handy for taking notes.

We have reached maximum capacity for this workshop; if you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email Barbara Oden (baoden@ucsc.edu). 

April Yee (Oakes, '02) worked in the private equity industry for over 10 years, being based in San Francisco and New York City. After undergoing emergency cardiothoracic surgery which saved her life in 2015, April is now a Holistic Life Coach focusing on self-care and well-being practices for professionals and anyone who wants to be more fully engaged in their lives. April holds a B.A. in Psychology, a B.A. in American Studies, and a minor in Communication & Rhetoric from UC Santa Cruz. She serves as Board President of Kidpower International; is VP of Finance for the UCSC Alumni Council; and is on the Board of two other nonprofits. Along with coaching, April enjoys reading, writing, learning, and connecting.

 

This alumni presentation is not endorsed or recommended by the University of California.  The University makes no warranty or representation of any kind as to the accuracy or validity of the information presented.  If you are in need of specific advice (for example, health, legal, financial), please seek a professional who is licensed and can provide you with individual advice.

Saturday, April 24 at 2:00pm to 3:15pm

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