The Michael D. Eisner Center for Teaching and Learning at CSUN presents the Schools First Federal Credit Union Education on the Edge speaker series.
"Flourishing through Chronic Too-Muchness"
with R. Kelly Crace, Ph.D, author of Authentic Excellence: Flourishing and Resilience in a Relentless World, Associate Vice President for Health & Wellness at The College of William & Mary, and Director of the Center for Mindfulness and Authentic Excellence (CMAX)
This will be a virtual event, on Thursday, February 23rd, 4:30 - 6 PM (Pacific Standard Time)
Our relentless world of demands, uncertainty, pace, and noise can be overwhelming. In 2019, our normal was over-worked and stressed; in 2022, it has drifted into overwhelmed and strained. How do we allow for the honesty of being affected by life and still function and perform at a level we hope or expect of ourselves? This workshop explores evidence-based strategies to flourish while managing absurdity and challenge.
American Sign Language interpreters will be provided.