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Facebook Live Wellness Programming

To help employees feel supported and connected during this time of uncertainty, Healthier U  has scheduled daily wellness programming streaming live on Facebook at 3 p.m. each weekday beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020. A team led by Stony Brook alum and integrative mental health expert Joshua Hendrickson, PhD, LCSW, will facilitate sessions on mindfulness meditation, nutrition and stress reduction, among other topics.

The 30-minute sessions will have a different focus each day, including Guided Imagery Meditation, Drawing/Journal Writing, Stress Reduction and Nutrition. Some themes that will be covered will include: feeling connected during social distancing; self-care; our common humanity; worries, anxieties and fears; and finding meaning in difficult times. The sessions will be set up to be interactive; viewers are encouraged to comment and ask questions and give feedback for use in subsequent programs. The programming has been extended to run through Friday, May 1, 2020. We'll post the videos here each day, along with resource guides. Questions? Suggestions? Email We'd love your feedback.

We hope you'll join us!

Soft Belly Meditation

Day 1 of Healthier U's streaming wellness series, featuring integrated health expert Dr. Joshua Hendrickson.

Posted by SBU Healthier U on Monday, March 23, 2020



Posted by SBU Healthier U on Tuesday, March 24, 2020
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Body Scan

Posted by SBU Healthier U on Tuesday, March 24, 2020


Expressive Drawing Practice for Self-Care

Simple drawing exercises can give you an opportunity to use your imagination, discover more about yourself, and provide an opportunity to then integrate your discoveries in your everyday life. This form of expression can help bring forward aspects of your life and behavior that promote health and wellness and that are often just under your awareness in your daily life.

Posted by SBU Healthier U on Wednesday, March 25, 2020


Special Place Guided Imagery


Posted by SBU Healthier U on Thursday, March 26, 2020