- Stress Reduction Techniques for the Practicing Clinician
This elective is intended to expose students to stress reduction techniques that are currently used in mental health and can be used in a variety of medical settings. Some of the practices include meditation, guided imagery, biofeedback, and breathing and movement. These are among the best known and most widely used of the complementary, alternative or integrative approaches to healthcare. These modalities will prepare students to understand the power of self-awareness and self-care and determine its applicability to the clinical setting.
Contact: Brent Khan, Ed.D., Psychiatry
- Student e-Module on Burnout
This E-module is designed to educate healthcare trainees on recognizing signs and symptoms of burnout and other mental health challenges in themselves and in their colleagues. Contents include interactive scenarios, mental health care provider videos, and a variety of resources. With the E-module, our goal is to empower trainees with strategies to practice self-care, engage in conversations about mental health, and promote overall well-being on campus.
Contact: Jonathon Sikorski, Ph.D., Psychiatry