Attallah Piazza

Six Health and Wellness Resources to Help You Stay Well and Engaged this Month

During busy and stressful times, it’s often so easy to forget to take care of your health and well-being. But even as you work through stressful seasons, it’s important to take time and space to pause and practice a little self-care and self-reflection. To help you carve out some time for yourself, we’ve compiled six wellness resources available this month for the Chapman community. 

1. Stay Active at Home 

Looking for workout videos, apps and nutrition tips? View online fitness resources now on Chapman’s Fitness and Recreation Center website. New content is added regularly!  

2. Paws Up for Workplace Wellness and  Engagement

The Paws Up for Workplace Wellness and Engagement series encourages staff and administrators to focus on their health, engagement and productivity while working remote or on-campus. The upcoming “Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind” program will be held on Friday, May 21, at 3 p.m. Visit the Paws Up for Workplace Wellness and Engagement website to register in advance.

3. Get Wellness Tips from Your Colleagues by Reading Chapman’s Kudoboard

As you sign up for this month’s “Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind” program, take a moment to browse through Chapman’s Kudoboard to read your colleagues’ tips for how they’ve looked after their mental health and well-being during the pandemic. Share your own image and videos to participate!

4. Tell Your Students – Resources Available During Finals Week 

Amidst the whirlwind of final exam preparation, it’s important for students to block out some time to take care of their mental well-being. Whether it’s help dealing with increased stress and anxiety or a break in between studying, Chapman is offering a variety of events and resources to help students get through this challenging time

5. Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind Podcast

During the month of May, catch Chapman’s Director of Wellbeing Dr. Jay Kumar for a special four-part series of the “Healthy Brain, Healthy Mind” podcast featuring engaging interviews with Chapman experts who share their professional insights on achieving mental health as well as their personal stories of overcoming adversity. Each episode airs as both a podcast and video on the Fish Interfaith Center’s Facebook and Twitter pages. 

6. Chapman Hope 

Fish Interfaith Center’s Chapman Hope platform continues providing the Chapman community with calm, care and compassion. Visit the Chapman Hope webpage to find information on prayer gatherings, mindfulness/meditation sessions and spiritual support groups.


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