Wednesday, December 15, 2021 4pm to 5:15pm
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As we come to the end of the semester and the end of a year, it's a good time to shore up some resilience and get ready to hit "reset."
Ever feel overwhelmed? That failure is not an option? Can’t catch a break? Worried about what's happening in the world while trying to focus on academics? Or, you just want some peace of mind and to enjoy student life?
C.P.R. stand for: C O U R A G E, P R E S E N C E, R E S I L I E N C E
This December workshop series offers skills training and support rooted in evidence-based practices: mindfulness, positive psychology, resilience, and self-compassion.
Learn about the power of positive neuroplasticity to overcome the brain’s negativity bias and learn skills to hardwire happiness, grow inner strengths, and lead from your heart… and still strive for excellence.
Join for one session or hop in at any time. You are more likely to experience the benefits by attending all three sessions.
(A January '22 series will be offered, see event link.)
If you are interested, please email the group leader directly and include your Student ID number, which allows CAMHS to securely message the workshop/group zoom link.
Contact Tara Cousineau, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to all registered Harvard students (undergrad, graduates) who have paid the 2021-2022 Student Health Fee.