A workshop series designed to empower students to find a better balance between their academic work and caring for others.
It’s hard to be healthy. Most of us live in environments that our nervous systems can barely handle on a good day, and yet we are told we must stay calm, find a balance, and be productive. This may be especially true for students who are also parents. This workshop explores some of the more common health issues that students experience, and how integrating simple strategies into daily routines may make a difference for your health and wellbeing now, and into the future.
Facilitator: Ravi Gabble, MPH, Health Education Coordinator, University of Toronto at Mississauga
* Life Management Series is Co-Curricular Record (CCR) approved. Students who complete three workshops over one academic year, will receive a Life Management Certificate and Co-Curricular Record recognition. CCR connects skills to involvement opportunities. The University has introduced the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), a new official document that helps students show employers and graduate schools the skills and competencies they have gained through their involvement on campus.