This series explores how different aspects of life can contribute to a holistic idea of "healthiness", and the unique ways they can affect women. Through discussion we will explore ways in which we can challenge the stigmas surrounding health and learn how to support ourselves and other people in our lives who may be affected by these conditions. Past talks included: Food for Thought, Using Yoga to Support Trauma Recovery, Navigating Healthcare as an Immigrant, and Fresh Access in Boulder County.

Spring 2018 Dates:

  • Riding the Crimson Tide: A Biopsychosocial Perspective on Menstration
    • Join the Women's Resource Center, Health Promotions, and Professor Tina Pittman Wagers for an interactive look into menstruation through the biopsychosocial model in a global context.
    • Friday, February 16th, 3:45PM-5:00PM in Hellems 211
    • Contact for any questions: nirguna.poudyal@colorado.edu and veronika.hanna@colorado.edu