Bethune-Cookman University Holistic Wellness Virtual Training Program


Dr. Danial Hollar Department Chair of Psychology,


BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY

HOLISTIC WELLNESS

VIRTUAL TRAINING PROGRAM

(up to 15 CEUs offered)


The virtual training program focuses on body mapping, physiology, Tai Chi, music therapy, mental health, and nutrition to improve coping with stress and trauma through learning specific skills and techniques that focus on the mind-body wellness of the whole person and not just the disease. Led by Dr. Rose Grace, Associate Professor of Music, Dr. Daniel Hollar, Department Chair of Psychology, and Dr. Dianna Lee (MD).


B-CU’s Virtual Holistic Arts & Wellness Training Program is a comprehensive series of virtual workshops. B-CU’s Virtual Holistic Arts & Wellness Training Program: a comprehensive series of virtual workshops, interactive movement routine modules, and live, synchronous round table discussions, providing accessible coping strategies to reduce stress, maintain a healthier professional and personal lifestyle and improve overall wellness. CEUs accredited by Florida Certification Board and Florida Department of Education.


WHO'S IT FOR?

- HEALTHCARE & MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS - FIRST RESPONDERS - MUSIC EDUCATORS - PERFORMING ARTISTS

There are 2 different training programs to meet your needs:

1. Clinicians, Health Care Workers & First Responders

2. Musicians, Artists & Performers.


WORKSHOP DATES


THE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP IS OFFERED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES

August 27, 2021 October 1, 2021 November 5, 2021 January 3, 2022 February 1, 2022 March 4, 2022 April 4, 2022 June 8, 2022 July 8, 2022


Register here! https://tinyurl.com/vhk2wwvt


Need more information? Email Dr. Rose Grace at gracer@cookman.edu or Dr. Daniel Hollar at HollarD@cookman.edu


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