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Self and Community Care: Building Skills to Manage Stress (Self-paced) is a Course

Self and Community Care: Building Skills to Manage Stress (Self-paced)



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About this workshop

We don’t always take the time to care for and nurture ourselves and we sometimes require support in integrating relaxation and our personal needs into daily life. This self-guided course focuses on increasing mental health literacy through self-care for individuals.

Date: Open enrollment
Time: Anytime
Location: Canvas
Who is this for?
All UBC faculty and staff
What will you learn?

Participants will learn about the body’s stress response and how to identify these responses in themselves. They will have an opportunity to take a stress index, explore what self-care means to them and identify key UBC resources that can be engaged to support work life integration and positive mental health.

Your facilitator

Miranda Massie, MEd, is a Workplace Wellbeing Practices & Learning Consultant with UBC HR.  Her work involves supporting learning practices & curriculum design related to individual and workplace wellbeing.  Miranda has a background in psychology, as well as health and adult education and is a Mental Health Commission of Canada certified instructor (Mental Health First Aid and The Working Mind).  Miranda's work is grounded in health promotion and adult education principles and she believes in empowering employees to make informed decisions that can positively impact their individual wellbeing, as well as the health and culture of the organization.  


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