Faculty & Staff Wellness Program: A Healthy Meaningful Use of Our Time

This highly experiential session provides participants an opportunity to reflect about the current use of personal and professional time. Using a framework from the interpersonal neurobiology field, participants will create a balanced plan of essential health-­promoting regular activities that our brain and relationships need to function at their best, thus creating well-­being from the inside out.
In this workshop, you will be have the opportunity to learn about a scientific-based framework to assess and optimize mental health and general well-being, instill self-care, meaning, and purpose in daily life, and develop a personalized plan of activities to nourish a sense of wellness at the personal, social, and professional level.

This workshop series will be presented by Silvia Austerlic, an intercultural educator, facilitator and consultant @ Senti-Pensante Connections. She is a working member of the Radical Resilience Initiative and a lecturer for Oakes College where she developed and teaches a class titled “Building an inner sanctuary” about the cultivation of inner and external resources in order to show up for social justice and community care. She also facilitates campus-wide learning events surrounding cultural humility, social justice, and fostering care in the community.

Sign up for this workshop here.

Friday, June 11 at 12:00pm to 1:15pm

Virtual Event

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Invited Audience

Faculty & Staff


Health & Wellness

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