Student Mental Health and Wellness

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Mondays and Wednesdays - 6pm - 7pm EST

This online Zoom series is intended for middle school high school and college students.

The main goal is to create connections, support one another and develop resilience.

Neuroscience shows how when we practice mindfulness, we have direct access to fully experiencing

true well-being. Through this practice, we are able to physically change the structure and function

of the brain. This allows us to increase our determination, compassion, self-compassion,

gratitude and overall happiness.

How amazing that when we open ourselves to present moment experiences, we begin to deepen

our “happiness brain grooves!”

We will get to explore this together in innovative and cool ways, followed by open discussion which

foster connections and resilience.

Let’s Get Groovy together!

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