While stress and anxiety have always been present, we are going through a uniquely stressful moment in time. What are stress and anxiety, and how do they impact college students? How does an understanding of stress and anxiety help us combat Zoom fatigue? How do we mitigate the impacts of stress, and help college students expand their “resilience zone?” This interactive session will provide a theoretical framework to understand the impact of stress on our mind and body, and will provide strategies Hillel professionals can use to create stress-informed, supportive environments for their students.
Designing Experiences for an Anxious World: Using Stress-Informed Strategies to Support Students with Hillel International
Dates: February 10, 2021
Who It’s For
This program was designed for Hillel U to support professionals in learning about mental and emotional health.
This session will take place on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 11:30PM – 1:00PM MST.
This program is not open to the public. If you are interested in bringing this program or similar content to your organization or community, please contact Emily Heeren at email@example.com.
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