Event Details


Bite-Sized Learning: Mindfulness and Self-Care Tools

Wednesday, November 16, 11:30 AM - Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 12:30 PM
Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Fee: Free

Have you been able to prioritize your mental health? Could you use some tools and tips to be more mindful in your work and life? Numerous studies have shown that using simple tools to help us retrain our minds to focus on the positive can increase feelings of well-being and decrease feelings of depression. These tools can also open us to the possibility of greater social connections, improved sleep, enhanced memory, and stronger immune system function. It’s simple… and life-changing.

Come join us as we discuss strategies to engage in mindful practices and self-care strategies. The presentation will cover a variety of tools you can add to your everyday routine. The resources have been put together by the Bounce Back Project, which has a single purpose - to impact the lives of individuals, communities, and organizations by promoting health through happiness.

Event Details

The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method. 

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This session will be recorded.

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Facilitator Information

BradleyWolfeDr. Bradley Wolfe (he/him) is a communication instructor at Ridgewater College in Hutchinson, and he has been teaching college communication courses since 2014. He currently serves on the boards of MN Adopt and the Ridgewater College Foundation. Bradley has previously served as executive director of a small nonprofit and as the Southwest Minnesota Regional Coordinator for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. In addition to his expertise in nonprofit leadership, his academic work includes publications and conference presentations on service-learning, equity in education, queer studies, and video games. Bradley holds a doctorate in educational leadership from Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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