If you could use some support — or an excuse to get moving — check out these free physical and emotional well-being resources available through UC, including a new wellness program for UC Care members created by UC Irvine staff.
The President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women will present Alison King, LCSW, for concrete ways to build resilience and endurance in our post-pandemic lifestyle.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month — a perfect time to learn how you can manage stress at home and in the workplace.
There’s still time to join LaSa’s March wellness fundraiser — register by March 25. Plus, attend a special wrap-up celebration on March 31.
End 2020 with a free virtual meditation session produced by the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.
Even if you’re not caring for children or other family members, the COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges. During a new workshop, Ola Popoola will offer tips for coping and resilience.
We asked how you’ve been keeping in shape during the shelter-in-place order. Here are your active passions and workout recommendations.
UCOP offers free, confidential health and wellness services to all employees through the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program — and we’ll soon be offering free webinars. Let us know what topics you’d like to learn more about.
Learn how you can focus on mindfulness, stress reduction, emotional intelligence and a growth mindset during these online courses.
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.
The situation around COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. Learn more about how UCOP is responding and how to keep yourself healthy.
Did you know? In addition to providing top-notch professional development courses, LinkedIn Learning offers robust wellness-focused content. Get ready to stretch, relax and refocus.