Workshop Handouts & Recordings

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Physical Well-Being

Nutrition

Physical Activity

Sleep

  • Ask the Experts: Sleep Q & A

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    Have questions about sleep? Our IU sleep experts have answers. 

    The experts:

    Yelena Chernyak, PhD, DBSM, HSPP
    Board Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine
    Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
    Chief Psychologist - Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, IU Neurosciences Center
    Director – Behavioral Sleep Medicine, IU Neurosciences Center
    Director – Clinical Health Psychology Fellowship
    Indiana University School of Medicine/IU Health Physicians

    Shalini (Shalu) Manchanda, MD
    Professor of Clinical Medicine
    Director, Indiana University Health Sleep Disorders Center
    Adjunct Professor Clinical Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery

    Julie Otte, PhD, RN, FAAN
    Associate Professor
    Assistant Dean of Evaluation
    Indiana University School of Nursing

  • Insomnia Q & A

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    Have questions about insomnia? Our IU sleep experts have answers. Join Yelena Chernyak and Julie Otte, IU sleep experts, to learn more about insomnia.

    Yelena Chernyak, PhD, DBSM, HSPP
    Board Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine
    Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
    Chief Psychologist - Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, IU Neurosciences Center
    Director – Behavioral Sleep Medicine, IU Neurosciences Center
    Director – Clinical Health Psychology Fellowship
    Indiana University School of Medicine/IU Health Physicians

    Julie Otte, PhD, RN, FAAN
    Associate Professor
    Assistant Dean of Evaluation
    Indiana University School of Nursing

  • Reset Your Rhythm

    Steven Lalevich, RD

    Full-time employees and spouses on an IU-sponsored medical plan: Schedule your free, personalized nutrition counseling appointment with Steven! Email askanrd@indiana.edu

Mental/Emotional Well-Being

  • Am I Enough? The Question That Drives Anxiety

    P. Scott Sweet, MSW, LCSW, LCAC

    IU Mental Well-being Resources

  • Attitude of Gratitude

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    Presented by SupportLinc EAP

    Gratitude is the practice of affirming gifts and positivity in the world coupled with the recognition from which these resources stem. The practice offers physiological, psychological and social benefits improving on our bodies, minds and relationships. In this seminar, we'll discuss the many benefits of gratitude and provide simple and manageable ways that offer significant results to cultivate gratitude in our everyday life.

  • Building Positive Self-Esteem: Strategies for Success

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    Presented by SupportLinc Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    From time to time, everyone faces circumstances that make it hard to feel good about themselves. When people are under extreme stress, are sick or are having a difficult time at home or work, it is easy to be drawn into a downward spiral of lower and lower self-esteem. This seminar is designed to provide participants with ideas and practical strategies that they can begin using immediately to increase self-esteem and begin to feel better about themselves.

     

  • Building Resilience for Optimal Performance

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    Presented by SupportLinc Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    Resiliency is essential in a work environment where everyone feels pressured to produce more work, of higher quality, with fewer people, in less time and with fewer resources. With challenges in our personal lives as well, it is clear that everyone must learn how to be change-proficient, cope with unexpected setbacks and overcome adversity. This seminar will provide employees with the tools necessary to adapt to challenges and changes at home and at work, while helping them become successful, more productive employees and improve their overall quality of life.

  • Guide to Less Stress

    John Nolan and Tim Hoover

  • Relaxation Techniques

    Presented by Mary Yoke, M.A., M.M.

  • Self-Compassion

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    Mindfulness Practice Handouts:

    We are all good at attending to the needs of those around us, but we often forget to attend to our own needs. And that is a set up for things like burnout, stress, and resentment. Research shows that people who adopt self-compassion practices have less depression and anxiety and are more likely to experience positive mind states like happiness and life satisfaction. This session will explore what self-compassion means and offer some simple ways to offer it to yourself. 

    Facilitator: Jonathan Walker, MD; Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine, Fort Wayne; Certified Mindfulness Facilitator, International Mindfulness Teacher's Association

Social Well-Being

Financial Well-Being

Overall Well-Being

Health & Safety

Work + Life

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