Previous Workshops and Conferences
Fostering Healthy Minds in the Corporate Culture
Maintaining a healthy mind is critical to achieving overall wellbeing, especially as it relates to the rigors and demands of the corporate culture. This session would engage participants in strategies for being mindful in the workplace to increase productivity and work/life satisfaction. Participants would leave with practical ideas for analyzing influences that impact mental wellbeing, as well as help participants prioritize and balance family, work and recreation.
Relational Aging and the Impact on Older Adult Relationships
This session is designed to describe relational aging within the context of intimate personal relationships of older adults. It seeks to explore the challenges and opportunities associated with the onset of health problems and their impact on both partners. This session will provide potential solutions as self-care and coping strategies are considered, inviting participants to share their own experiences and approaches to relational aging.
Kindness Kitchen: Empowering Changes through Empathy
This session will engage participants in better understanding community resources that promote food security as well as discuss the social factors impacting wellbeing. A local woman will share her lived experience with food insecurity and recovery from substance abuse and how resources like the food pantry helped her create a vision to reach others facing similar challenges. UW-Stout nutrition faculty will provide suggestions for healthy cooking and eating on a budget.
The Ripple Effect
Maintaining a healthy mind is critical to achieving overall wellbeing. “The Ripple Effect” is a documentary film that features a man that took action to end his life and lived to tell his story. This is his story about advocacy and hope as it relates to spreading the message about increasing awareness and reducing stigma around suicidal ideation and mental health.