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Resiliency for Well-Being

This course will examine resiliency and psychological well-being from biopsychosocial perspectives. A variety of stress management practices are explored as a way to promote health and well-being including time management, communication and conflict resolution, cognitive restructuring, ecotherapy, mindfulness meditation and other relaxation techniques. Prerequisites: BIO 230 and ISPH 285. Public Health majors, Nutrition minors or Exercise Science majors only or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

Section: PH-330-01C
Credits: 4
Faculty: Jeanelle D Boyer
Days: MTWR
Times: 10:00AM‑11:55AM (MTWR)
Start/End Date: 05/16/22 - 06/24/22
Instruction Method: Online Course

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