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October 26 Mind, Body, Spirit Moms (Sunday series)

This 8 week program is designed to promote the health and well-being of moms with kids of any age. Moms come together to nurture their minds, hearts, and bodies in a supportive community through the practice of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, authentic sharing and community building exercises. An emphasis will be placed on creating and nurturing lasting relationships among group members both within and outside of the group setting.

Dates: Sundays, September 28–November 16

Location: Li Ka Shing Learning Center, Rm 308,
291 Campus Drive (see campus map»)

To Register: Visit the HIP website for class code mbsm-01.

Co-sponsored by HIP and the WorkLife Office. Eligible for BeWell Berry and STAP funding.

October 27 2015 Open Enrollment Period Starts

The 2015 Open Enrollment period is October 27 (7:00 a.m. PT) through November 14 (11:59 p.m. PT).

More Information: Please see the Benefits website's Open Enrollment section.

October 27 "Got Teens?" Inside the Teenage Brain

How well do you know your teen? Navigating the turbulent teen years can be challenging both for your teen as well as for you as parents. Understanding what is normal adolescent development and what is not can help you look for warning signs of teen mental health issues.     

In this informative workshop you will:

• Understand the normal stages of adolescent development
• Identify adolescent behaviors that may be of concern
• Acknowledge and describe the role of parent involvement in adolescent development

Location: Cypress-North Conference Room, Tresidder Memorial Union, 459 Lagunita Dr. (campus map»)

RSVP: Please register online. For questions, contact 650-723-4577 or helpcenter@lists.stanford.edu.

About the Speaker: Dr. Suzan Song is a pediatric and adult psychiatrist with a private practice in downtown Palo Alto, medical director for a low-income community clinic, and president of the Northern California Region of Children and Adolescent psychiatrists. She has 13 years of experience promoting healthy child development in war and armed conflict and is currently a consultant for the United Nations. She serves as adjunct faculty at Stanford, University of Michigan, and for Columbia University's Group for Children in Adversity.

Free and open to all faculty, staff, postdocs and retirees of Stanford University, LPCH and Stanford Hospital and clinics; eligible dependents may also attend. BeWell Berries available for eligible employees. Workshop co-sponsored by Stanford’s WorkLife Office and Faculty Staff Help Center.