Seminars & Programs

Seminars & Programs

Upcoming Programs

 

Raise Kids to be Actively Anti-Racist: Brought to you by Care.com, the Rev. Dr. Jennifer Harvey, award-winning author, educator, and activist, will offer guidance on how to have constructive, age-appropriate discussions with children about race and racism. For a recording of this amazing webinar click  here

Date:  August 25, 2020
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm 
Location: Live Webinar

 

Making Distance Learning Work: 

Is the kitchen table your child's new classroom? This Fall back-to-school is anything but normal. Distance learning is becomming the new norm which is a huge adjustment. Devorah Heitner, PHD, an expert on young peoples relationship with digital media & technology will share practical advice & tips for how your kids can succeed in this new digital classroom. She will also dicuss how parents can make this easier on themselves as well. 

                            Date:  September 15, 2020

                            Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm 

                            Location: Live Webinar

 

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Past Programs

meQuilibrium Calm-Cast: Handling the New Normal: Managing Tech, Anxiety, and Social Distancing (Live Webinar)

Come join us as we get through this time together. As usual, we’ll join totally virtually (thanks, social distancing protocol!). Join Chief Science Officer and renowned psychologist, Dr. Andrew Shatte, for your guide to managing tech, anxiety, and disconnection in this new reality we live in.

Date: March 26,2020 
Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm 

Pantry Cooking: 
As we all adjust to our new normal, having a smartly stocked pantry can help us quickly cook comforting, healthy meals. In this cooking demo, we'll discuss some of the items you may want to stock up on, the best way to use them and what to substitute for ingredients you might not have. We'll be making Roasted Chickpeas, Homemade Hummus and a Zesty Black Bean and Tuna salad.

Date: April 1, 2020
Time: 12:45 - 1:45 p.m.

 

Taking Care of Aging Parents:
For individuals facing the difficult situation of caring for their parents, the decisions seem endless. This program will help establish goals for their elderly loved ones and discuss the realities of reaching these goals. Topics include:

  • The Situation: How Did You Get Here?
  • The Balancing Act
  • Elder Services
  • Understanding and Coping with Dementia
  • Case Management: Who Should be Involved with Elder Care

Date: April 9, 2020
Time: 12:45 - 1:45 p.m.

 

meQuilibrium Calm-Cast: Self-Care for Your Stress Type (Live Webinar)

Are you a Caregiver, Regulator, Optimist, Adventurer, or Problem Solver? The answer could determine what kind of self-care works best for you. In honor of Stress Awareness Month, Join meQuilibrium’s Associate Content Manager, Elior Moskowitz, to discover your personalized self-care plan: All of the tips and tricks you need to manage your unique stress type and empower your resilience.

Date: April 23,2020 
Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm 

 

Sleep for Health – Kathryn McGlynn

Sleep is an essential component for maintaining good health. Sleep helps restore both the body and mind. Lack of sleep contributes to higher levels of stress, irritability, lack of concentration and even weight gain. This program will review the different phases of sleep (REM and non- REM) and describe common sleep problems or forms of insomnia. There can be many causes of sleep disturbance, but the most frequent cause is worry and anxiety. This program will also outline what you can do to help prevent sleep disturbance and how best to handle the problem once you have gone to bed.

 

Date: May 6,2020
Time:12:45 pm to 1:45 pm 
Location: Webinar

 

Managing Stress in the Midst of Covid-19 - Sheri LaBree MSW, CAGS
Brought to you by Care @ work by Care.com, this webinar will address warning signs of stress overload, techniques to reduce stress and enhance well-being, and ways to get the support and help needed to balance work & life. 

Date: May 28,2020
Time: 2:00pm to 3:00pm 
Location: Webinar

 

Raise Kids to be Actively Anti-Racist: Brought to you by Care.com, the Rev. Dr. Jennifer Harvey, award-winning author, educator, and activist, will offer guidance on how to have constructive, age-appropriate discussions with children about race and racism.  For a recording of this amazing webinar click here

Date:  August 25, 2020
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm 
Location: Live Webinar

 

Contact: Dashawn Butner | Office of Human Resources & Equal Opportunity | db1@wellesley.edu | 781-283-2210