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    Women Wellness Workforce

    Wellness

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    Wellness Works

    Build a career to match your passion for wellness.

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    The demand for wellness has never been greater with a global pandemic, record high unemployment rates, and stay-at-home orders. Now, as Americans emerge and return to work, social workers, human resource directors, school administrators, and others need training to identify those who need assistance improving all facets of wellness - physical, mental, spiritual, and financial.

    Through interventions in behavior change, preparedness, and a holistic approach to wellness, you can be part of the wellness solution.

    Ursuline College's Institute for Women, Wellness & Workforce offers a series of courses that can be:

    • Taken individually for personal or professional development
    • Bundled to earn specific micro-credentials or certificates
    • Pursued toward graduate-level programs

    Summer 2020 Programming

    Impact of COVID-19:
    Understanding Substance Use Disorders in the Workforce

    (this is a non-credit-bearing workshop)

    For human resource leaders, managers, small-business owners, principals, superintendents, religious leaders, and others. 

    • Learn about the pathway to addiction 
    • Recognize the signs and symptoms for each pathway stage
    • Gain information on effective ways to support those impacted by addiction
    • Explore the impact of addiction on families, the workplace, community organizations, and society

    This workshop is repeated on three days. Choose one synchronous class time:

    Tuesday, July 14, 10:00 –11:30am
    Thursday, July 16, 2:00—3:30pm
    Tuesday, July 21, 7:00—8:30pm

    Instructors: Mary Beth Zeni, ScD, RN, EBP-C;  Judy Jankowski, MA, LPCC-S, LICDC, ATR-BC, CHT; and Samantha Pfeiffer, MA, LPC, LICDC

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    Healthy Aging: Mind, Body & Spirit

    (1 credit for completing all 3 sections)

    Learn how to work with the senior community using methods that support maximum engagement and independence for older adults. This one-credit workshop covers specific aspects of aging and caregiving.

    • Monday, July 13 Synchronous: 7:00-8:30 p.m. Caregiving in the 21st Century. Instructor: Stacey O’Brien, MSSA, LISW
    • Monday, July 20 Synchronous: 7:00-8:30 p.m. Advanced Directives and Care Planning. Instructor: Anne Murphy Brown, JD.
    • Monday, July 27 Synchronous: 7:00-8:30 p.m. Nutrition and Longevity. Instructor: Lynn Ulatowski, PhD

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    Exercise and Nutrition for Women

    (1 credit)

    As a practitioner who guides athletes in achieving excellence, you’ll learn:

    • To identify the benefits of exercise wellness as a lifelong habit
    • About macronutrients and micronutrients and how they work in the body
    • To be able to determine if you’re getting adequate nutrients in your diet
    • To understand nutrition information for exercise and hydration
    • About specific sport injury trends and the basics of taping, splinting, and wound care

    Monday July 27 Synchronous: 10-11am
    Tuesday, July 28 Synchronous: 10-11 am
    Thursday, July 30 Synchronous: 10-11 am
    Friday July 31 Synchronous: 10-11 am

    Instructors: Lynn Ulatowski, PhD, Catherine Rook MS, AT, ATC

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    Fall 2020 Programming

    Gain a taste this summer. Dive deep in fall 2020 with wellness course offerings, including: 

    • Financial Wellness
    • Mindset Coach Certification
    • Physical Wellness
    • Integrative Health & Wellness
    • Longevity Wellness
    • Spiritual & Social Wellness

    Stay tuned. Details of fall certificate and micro-credentialing programs will be announced soon.


    New Women's Leadership and Workforce Programming

    The Institute for Women, Wellness & Workforce also offers: