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Wellness Wednesday: Career Wellness
April 13, 2021 10:49 AM PDT
Preeti Singh joins Elizabeth to discuss the wellness of career life. Preeti is the Director of Career and Personal Development, and offers great advice on how to begin your path from freshman year to graduation.Wellness Wednesday - The I Takes Meaning in the "We"
March 10, 2021 10:24 AM PST
Fr. Stephen Thorne and Georgette Hall-Peterson join Elizabeth to discuss Black Spirituality and Well-Being.Wellness Wednesday - Delco Women Against Rape
February 10, 2021 10:05 AM PST
Elizabeth welcomes Kim, Haley, and Katie to talk about the rights and laws around victims of sexual assault, and describes terminology and other aspects around this sensitive topic.Wellness Radio Hour - Mindfulness
February 03, 2021 11:35 AM PST
Elizabeth is joined by Susan Long, and the two discuss the difference between mindfulness and meditation. Example exercises are given in this episode, so if you are interested in mindfulness, this is a great way to start!Wellness Wednesday - Post Election Wellness
November 06, 2020 07:14 AM PST
Elizabeth, Gabby and Olivia discuss wellness after a stressful election season, and how the pandemic has made stress and anxiety worse than before.Wellness Wednesday - Mental Health
October 29, 2020 10:25 AM PDT
Elizabeth welcomes counselor Caralee Crary, and student Sophia Parker, and talk about mental health amidst the pandemic, and ways to be mindful of your mental health.Wellness Wednesday - The Power of Faith: How Spirituality Keeps You Well
October 27, 2020 09:20 AM PDT
Elizabeth is joined by Campus Ministers Patrick McKenzie and Maria Marx, as well as student Mya McQueen and Lauren Herman from Intervarsity to discuss the power of faith and how spirituality keeps you well.Wellness Wednesday Out Of Darkness Hour - Dr. Virgina Biddle
October 15, 2020 11:42 AM PDT
Elizabeth is joined by Dr.Virgina Biddle, a Ph.D and Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Biddle’s passion for suicide prevention arose out of the death of her 16 year old nephew by suicide while she was an undergraduate nursing student. Out of this tragedy arose a passion for suicide prevention, a passion that guides her clinical and research careers today. While she was a graduate nursing student at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Biddle implemented a psychoeducational suicide prevention and risk assessment training program for faculty, staff, and resident advisors across the university.The Wellness of Voting
October 15, 2020 10:03 AM PDT
This week on the Wellness Wednesday hour, Elizabeth is joined by students Kait and Zander, Professor Rob McMonagle, Sister Patricia Hutchinson and Sean McDonald discuss the wellness and importance of voting. Topics include why you should vote, why local elections are important, and how to fact check promises from politicians and political parties.Out of Darkness - Stories of Survivors - Mark and Amy
September 24, 2020 09:04 AM PDT
Mark's environment growing up led to depression and suicidal thoughts. He attempted to take his own life when he was 16, leaving him blind. Mark shares the struggles he's gone through, but also the perseverance he's learned thanks to meeting his wife Amy, a nurse.
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