Adult Well-Being Resources
This is a compilation of resources that focus on well-being and offer a myriad of tips and tools for taking care of yourself.
The Seven-Day Self-Care Challenge is a virtual on-demand offering designed to provide basic practice tools that help cultivate awareness, self-care and resilience, particularly during challenging times.
Suggested strategies for mind relaxation are outlined.
Writing in a Gratitude Journal 2-3x a week can make an impact on your mental health and well-being.
Psychiatrist Elizabeth Guinto uses video modeling to show how to be kinder to yourself.
This provides 5 steps to deal with stressful situations in a healthy way.
Calm Schools offers a self-care guide for teachers and Calm provides free hand-picked mindfulness tools.
How you feel matters! Whether you're feeling sad, anxious, or stressed, Happify brings you effective tools and programs to help you take control of your feelings and thoughts.
Long Island Center for Mindfulness video featuring Cory Muscara demonstrating an easy to implement mindfulness and relaxation exercise for all ages.
Just take a deep breath. You’ve probably heard it before, or even instructed your students to try it when things start to get out of control. Inhale, exhale, relax.
Breathing exercises can be helpful to cool the body back down after an exciting game, diffuse tension after a conflict, or just recharge and refocus. To make this cooldown tool more fun for kids, try out these 10 creative breathing exercises.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Virginia provides YouTube videos with yoga instruction covering a variety of topics.
If you're looking for deep relaxation, this form of yoga can help.
This includes 23 YouTube videos that are part of the 21-day meditation series.
Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case.