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Cultivating Resilience & Self-compassion for Stress Reduction - October 21, 2021

Cultivating Resilience & Self-compassion for Stress Reduction - October 21, 2021

Presented by Shaila Khan from Student Counselling and Well Being.

Let’s face it, today’s culture values perfection. We may feel additional pressure towards academic excellence, as we navigate hybrid learning and nearly two years of uncertainty due to the pandemic.

Do you need new strategies to increase your resilience and overcome burnout? This workshop will look at the function of stress, how it affects our well-being , and how we can develop realistic strategies to implement mindfulness. We will also look at practices for self-compassion and mindfulness tools that support stress-reduction.

Shaila Khan is Health Educator and Training Specialist at Student Counselling and Development. She has a passionate group of Peer Health Educators who are student leaders that deliver workshops and provide peer-centered support on various health topics from a non-judgemental and harmreduction framework. Shaila has recently completed training as a Dance Movement Therapist (DMT) through the National Centre for Dance Therapy in Montreal and holds an MA in Dance from York University. Her work focuses on movement for trauma and emotional regulation. She offers mindful movement classes for York students around exam season. For full listing of all events visit:

Thursday, October 21, 2021 from 12:30 to 1:30pm

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