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Workshop Information

May 15, 2019

12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

University Memorial Center (UMC) 425

Register for 10 Tips to Healthy Eating

Certified nutrition therapist, Jen Marshall, will help teach you which foods provide optimal energy and which ones drain energy and vitality. These 10 tips will help you maximize your day by starting with an energizing breakfast, beating sugar cravings and managing stress through nutrition. Come ready to learn how nutrition can be fun and offer positive benefits to you!

 

Participants are encouraged to bring lunch. Light snacks will be provided. This seminar is sponsored by Elevations Credit Union and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.

About the facilitator: As a certified nutrition therapist at the Louisville Wellness Center and founder of Be Balanced Healing, LLC, Jen Marshall’s specialty is helping clients regain balance while juggling life’s many responsibilities. Her background in marketing for the organic food industry helped shape her knowledge of today’s food politics and how they impact your health. She received the master certification in nutrition therapy from Nutrition Therapy Institute in Denver and is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition (Candidate). Jen is also a health writer, lecturer, media spokesperson and consultant to organic and natural brands.

Workshop Information

May 22, 2019

12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

University Memorial Center (UMC) 425

Register for Find Your Power, Find Your Strength

We will bring awareness to this important part of us through guided meditation, and bring it to life giving it its own personality by applying art therapy. You will receive tools to access your power and force, and will be able to take your drawing to stick in your wallet, put on your fridge, or just to see what it looks like. It can be a helpful tool to remind us when we need to feel solid, strong, confident, and empowered. Come ready to learn and have fun tapping into your creative side.

Participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that they carry force and power in their bodies
  • Learn how to tune into their power and force
  • Stay mindful about their bodies
  • Identify strategies to develop easier ways to access their strengths in their daily lives, and especially in uncomfortable situations such as when communicating with supervisors, supervisees, students and co-worker
  • Learn how to bring up other people’s power and force in a somatic way

Who Should Attend

  • This workshop is intended for people who are interested in tuning into their own power and strength. For people who are interested in contemplative practices to integrate different parts of themselves.

Participants are encouraged to bring lunch. Light snacks will be provided. This seminar is sponsored by Elevations Credit Union and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.

About the facilitator: Esther Horowitz , FSAP bilingual Staff Counselor, earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health in the Transpersonal Psychology Department at Naropa University with a concentration in Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling. She holds a clinical psychologist degree from Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Esther held her private practice in Quito, Ecuador with the Spanish speaking population from 2014-2015. She continued working as a Bilingual Counselor/Therapist in the United States at a women’s clinic, and at an agency working with court mandated clients for anger management, domestic violence, and DUI’s. Outside of FSAP, she enjoys being outdoors, especially near creeks, rivers and lakes. Esther is passionate about food, music, love and human interactions and believes that the recipe for a healthy life involves curiosity and compassion.  

Are you a new mother or a mother-to-be? Come join us for an 7 week group, meeting at the lunch hour.  We’ll discuss the particular challenges of being a new mother who also has a career outside of the home. We’ll share ideas and offer support. Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring your lunches and your babies too!

Group Information

  Every Tuesday from June 11 through July 23 (except June 25*)

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Room: W31, CASE Bldg.

*The June 25 session will be from 11.30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in  E351  at the CASE Bldg. 

Register for the New Mom Group

Learning Outcomes 

Participants will be able to:

  • Recognize challenges in being a new mother especially with a career outside the home
  • Network with other new mothers
  • Receive support and resources
Who should attend

This workshop is intended for CU Boulder staff/faculty who will be new moms and mothers-to-be who can also commit to 8 weeks

Facilitator

Paulette Erickson England, holds a Masters of Social Work and currently directs the FSAP office in addition to being a full time clinician. Her professional counseling and social work experience include 10 years in county social work in child welfare, supervision, client counseling and advocacy; 6 years in private practice providing counseling to individuals, families, and couples; and 7+ years at FSAP providing counseling, work-life presentations, support groups, clinical internship supervision and program coordination. Outside of FSAP, she spends time with her family, including her 2 children. She also enjoys music, continuing education in her field, participating in sprint distance triathlons, hiking, and writing.

Cost

There is no cost to attend.