Tools for Teens: Stress Management and Emotional Resilience

This course has been postponed. Please contact ccfwb@uw.edu for information. Through practices and exercises developed just for teens, students have the opportunity to learn how to navigate the emotional ups and downs of life with greater ease. This is an eight-week course.

Mindful Self-Compassion

This course has been impacted by COVID-19. If you are registered for this course, you have been sent an email with updated information. Please contact ccfwb@uw.edu for additional information. Mindful self-compassion is a first step in emotional healing. In this 8-week program, develop habits of being kinder to yourself and others, and of living with more ease and well-being in your daily life.

Drop-in Session: Tools for Self-Compassion

In this world, we receive so many messages about our shortcomings. How we internalize that impacts how we treat others and ourselves. As life long learners we have the opportunity to unpack this. In this session, we will collectively unpack these topics and explore tools for self-compassion that can support us and remind us that

Tools for Teens: Stress Management and Emotional Resilience

Based on the evidenced-based curriculum of Mindful Self Compassion, this 8-week experiential program for teens provides practices and tools to manage stress, increase feelings of happiness and well-being, and promote emotional resilience. In each weekly session, we will discuss concepts related to well-being and do a variety of practices, including seated mindfulness meditations, intentional movement, and creative projects.

Stress Check (10 minutes)

This practice helps you tune into yourself, as well as strengthen the mind’s ability for sustained focus by shifting awareness throughout the body, led by Blair Carleton.