Mind-Body Skills Program
Our Mind-Body Skills Program aims to proactively address mental and emotional health in students, faculty, and staff. A focus on preventive self-care techniques and mindfulness training gives participants tools to manage stress and find balance, ultimately creating a more efficient and effective working and learning environment.
Modeled from a program implemented at Georgetown University and with previous support from the UC Provost’s office, Interact for Health, and the 1440 Foundation,
the Osher Center for Integrative Health at UC provides mind-body skills programming for UC faculty, staff, and students across the Colleges of Medicine, Allied Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, CCM, DAAP, and Law. Click below for more information on each program.