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How diet influences mental health and resilience with Dr. Bonnie J. Kaplan
Improve mental health and resilience by understanding how nutrients impact our brains. With Dr. Bonnie J. Kaplan, PhD., professor emeritus, Cumming School of Medicine.
I Am Not My Gremlin! Separating you from your inner critic with Dr. Easter Yassa
Watch a keynote lecture with registered psychologist Dr. Easter Yassa, PhD and learn skills in how to cope with your inner critic.
Events for UCalgary students, faculty and staff
Individual and community well-being in the era of climate change
In this workshop, we will support each other in facing and processing our climate grief, share and practice using various climate grief tools to develop our personal grief toolkits and connect participants with additional community resources.
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Move your body at UFlourish
Werklund well-being walks
Werklund, in partnership with the Campus Mental Health Strategy, is encouraging you to get out and walk to support your mental health during UFlourish. Ten markers have been set up across campus, each one sharing a unique wellbeing resource. Listen to a mindfulness podcast, read community stories of struggle and resilience, or complete a wellness self-check-in.
Take a movement break to learn about the different resources available for students, staff, and faculty at UCalgary - it only takes about 30 minutes to visit all ten markers.
Mindfulness is a meditation practice that can reduce stress and anxiety and improve attention and creativity, supporting our daily functioning. Listen to the first season featuring eight meditations, focused around Stepping Out of Reactivity.
Dr. Reg Crowshoe, Piikani Elder, and UCalgary’s Elder in Residence shares his grandmother’s story about traditional knowledge, preventative health and how to use parallel paths of Indigenous and western medicine to promote a good way of life.
To flourish is to feel good about a life in which you are functioning well. Dr. Corey Keyes' research identifies five factors that help you to flourish: playing, learning, connecting, interacting, and helping.
Flourishing tips from the UCalgary community
We asked our community how they flourish during the academic year. Check out their tips.