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Emotional and Mental Wellbeing

Sleep and Health

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Sleep is an essential component of health. Read more in these CDC articles.

Sleep and Health

Are your kids getting enough sleep? 

How about you? Getting enough Sleep?

Tips for Better Sleep.

Take a Nap:  Tips for First Responders • Tips for the Rest of Us


The Struggle is Real

The Behavioral Health Struggle is Real! Read more about resources

Meditation Five Days a Week

Monday:  Mindfulness Meditation  4:15-5:00pm

Tuesday:  Meditation Anytime

Wednesday: Mindful Pause  12:45-1:00pm

Thursday:  Heartfulness Meditation  4:15-5:00pm

Friday:    Mindful Self-Compassion 12:10-12:50pm


Coping and Self-care

Not Quite Thriving: maybe you are LANGUISHING

There's a Name for the Blah You're Feeling. Read the article

Languishing but Not Giving Up. 

  ASAP: Coping with COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety

30 Seconds of CALM from UC ANR:

Coping with Stress in English and Spanish

Managing work with responsibilities of home and family

Webinar: Navigating Parenting, Home Schooling/Academic Support, Working and All the Rest of It
View the video recorded from Facebook Live
Using three of our parenting tools (priming, praise and presence) we'll discuss how to teach children to wait, how to set up schedules and routines so that kids feel safe and can cooperate, and how to find calm and peace for your children, yourself, and your home.
Drs. Chelsey & Robin Hauge are a double-Ph.D. mother-daughter parenting team! Together, they run Positive Parenthood, which offers relationship based support through courses, coaching, and community. Join them for the next two Tuesdays for a two-part series on parenting through COVID-19 and shelter in place.



Keep a routine

Take Breaks

Set boundaries for work

Set aside a dedicated place for working

Zoom with care

Be kind to yourself and take care of yourself. It will help you take care of others.


How to Reduce the Stress of Homeschooling on Everyone  With nationwide school closures in effect, many parents are now monitoring homeschooling while at the same time trying to make a living in the midst of a terrible economic crisis. In this environment of broken routine and uncertainty, chances are your child is showing big feelings and challenging behaviors.


RESILIENCE  re•sil•ience  \ ri-’zil-yen(t)

1: the capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation caused especially compressive stress.

2: an ability to recover form or adjust easily to misfortune or change.

Turning Lemons into Lemonade: Hardiness Helps People Turn Stressful Circumstances into Opportunities


Breathing and Meditation

Mindful Self-Compassion Meditation Every FRIDAY with Maureen Craig 12:10-12:50 p.m 

Laughter Yoga  Every MONDAY 12:10-12:50 p.m. 

Box Breathing: close eyes, breathe in for four seconds, hold four seconds and exhale four seconds, REPEAT at least three times.

Take the "Perfect Breath." Read how.

Try some "old school," 4-7-8 Breathing. 

3 Minute Meditation or 

3 Minute Seated Meditation 

Guided Meditations for you

The Center or Mindfulness: Empathy and Compassion series

SPANISH MEDITATION (English too) from UCLA. 3 to 19 minute sessions 

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