Event Type: Online Class
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Oct 22 - Oct 29 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
At your computer/device
Susan Saba MPH
Thriving Through Change and Life’s Transitions
Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else. – Tom Stoppard
Any major life transition can bring a bundle of mixed emotions: concerns about letting go and of loss; uneasiness around process and the unknown; and curiosity and hope for new beginnings. We know change is a constant in life, but the way we deal with all the aspects of change defines the personal development and growth that we can gain in the process.
In this 2-session online workshop, we will provide you with scientifically proven methods and tools on how to embrace life transitions with energy and focus. Through short writing assignments, mindfulness practices, and guided interactive group discussion, you will learn how to understand and work with the challenging emotions of change, how to develop a new sense of purpose, and how to find growth in the midst of change.
Instructor: Susan Saba, MPH, is the lead coordinator for athletics research and education at the Stanford Center for Clinical Research and has worked at the Stanford Prevention Research Center as a social research professional on health outcomes and chronic disease prevention. She has a background in educational program planning, group facilitation, and health behavioral change and has experience as a health instructor on various wellness topics.
Class details are subject to change.