Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind Strategies for Emotional, Mental & Spiritual Wellbeing
September 14, 2020
Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind
As a college student myself once, I know all too well how stressful, overwhelming, and anxiety-producing attending university can be—especially during these challenging times.
Even as adults, we still require tools and strategies for managing stress and coping with uncertainty. If you can relate to any or more of the following right now, you’re not alone!
- Fear and worry about your own health or that of your loved ones
- Coping with the sudden changes to your routine or disruption to your schedule
- Difficulty sleeping or concentrating
- Experiencing grief or feelings of hopelessness
- Anxiety over employment, income, or your future
As part of Chapman’s continued commitment to your health and wellness, we are excited for the return of the popular Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind series to help you nurture calm and navigate change.
Join Dr. Jay Kumar, Director of Contemplative Practices & Wellbeing, for a weekly program offering advice, Q&A, interviews, and tools applying science-based strategies and timeless wisdom to promote your emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.
All episodes will be recorded and supplemented by a podcast, short video, and blog post. Open to All: students, staff, faculty and the greater.community.
“Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind”
Every Thursday 4-5pm PST starting Sep. 17, 2020
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Learn more in the video below.
"Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind" w/ Dr. Jay Kumar (Thursdays 4pm PST)
We hope you're excited for the return of the “Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind” series w/ Dr. Jay KumarDiscover tools for navigating change, nurturing calm, and achieving #health and #wellness at school, work, and in life!Catch the return episode 9/17 4pm PST. Learn more at https://events.chapman.edu/81357#chapmanuniversity #cuhealthwellness #cuthrive #cusafelyback #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealth #chapmanstrong #thrivetogether #healthybrain #healthymind Chapman University Alumni Association Chapman University Parents & Families Chapman University Chapman University Student Life Chapman University: Residence Life and First Year Experience Fish Interfaith Center at Chapman University The Chapman Family
Posted by Fish Interfaith Center at Chapman University on Saturday, September 12, 2020
Sep. 17 Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind
Sep. 24 Navigating Change, Nurturing Calm
Oct. 1 Ready, Resilient & Reflective
Oct. 8 Strive to Thrive
Oct. 15 Share the Health
Oct. 22 Focus on Progress, Not Perfection
Oct. 29 Unity in Community
More to come…
CU “HEALTH & WELLNESS”
The “Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind” webinar series is one of the many online resources that are part of Chapman’s “Health & Wellness” initiative and the many programs offered by the Fish Interfaith Center.
Follow our Fish Blog for regular reflections by the Fish Interfaith Center staff. Please reach out to the Fish Interfaith Center and avail yourself to the valuable resources at CHAPMAN HOPE.
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Stay Calm. Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.
Dr. Jay Kumar
Director of Contemplative Practices & Wellbeing