After this course you will be able to :
- Briefly explore the definition of chronic pain and its historical transition toward the current biopsychosocial model
- Learn to identify the psychological aspects of pain
- Choose appropriate multidisciplinary treatment and intervention
- Cultivate more self-compassion in the context of a still stigmatizing society
Everyone’s concerned about our memories as we age. Whether you’re working or retired from your profession, you never retire from your mind. This course will give you cutting edge research updates and practical tips to sharpen your memory as your enter your golden years. *Remember* to sign up!
When you have a wellness goal, there’s often a temptation to plunge right in, sometimes to an extreme. How can you translate your healthy intentions into a manageable routine? In this course, we’ll discuss ways to progress with your goals steadily, one building block at a time. Like a musician, we need daily practice in order to maintain our health. How can you practice your own music of wellness?
Has anyone ever told you to “be mindful”? Being mindful has, at this point, become a true Western colloquialism. But, what does it mean? This talk will define mindfulness, describe its myriad psychological and cognitive benefits, and teach you all the skills you need to optimally stop and smell the roses!