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Perfect the art of calm with mindfulness training

Learn to reduce stress and increase your effectiveness by adopting mindfulness practices in daily life.


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Tips for coping with election stress

If you’re stressed out by the upcoming presidential election, you’re not alone. These questions will help you check in with yourself—and perhaps boost your resilience.


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New speaker series: Caring for ourselves during COVID-19

Join personal development coach Ola Popoola as she delves into strategies for self-care for managers, caregivers and those without dependents.


Job burnout is real. Is COVID-19 an opportunity for change?

Burnout is more than having a bad day at work; it’s a chronic feeling of exhaustion and stress. While workplaces are disrupted during the pandemic, experts are looking for ways to combat it.


Free mindfulness training resources from UC experts

Two UC campus-based programs allow you to attend virtual mindfulness training. Choose from live webinars or on-demand content.


This Thursday: Become a remarkable remote worker

Be your most effective at working remotely and managing others. Learn how to manage stress, increase focus, balance competing priorities, collaborate more effectively and more.


Managing stress in the coronavirus era

Stressed about coronavirus? Or everything else? Americans are some of the most stressed out people in the world. But according to UCSF’s Dr. Elissa Epel, not all stress is the same.


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Classes to promote mindfulness and reduce stress

Learn how you can focus on mindfulness, stress reduction, emotional intelligence and a growth mindset during these online courses.


Stay centered during the coronavirus outbreak: Part 2

If you’ve been feeling lonely or anxious during the coronavirus outbreak, check out the second round of UC newsroom’s guidance from the Greater Good Science Center.