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Spring/Summer 2020: Transcripts available upon request.

Meditation Made Simple

Everyday Mindfulness

Time Management

Stress Reduction From a Trauma-Informed Approach

Leaning Into Change


Fall 2020

Mental Health Resources for Students

Students are facing unique mental health challenges in our curent enviroment. Learn about these challenges and the processes at NKU to help students in need of mental health support. Transcript available upon request.

Finding Your Wellbeing Balance

Wellbeing is more important now than ever, and probably also even harder to access. In this session, learn the basics of the PERMAH framework for wellbeing consisting of six areas to take action that will move you from struggling or just getting by to living well in the midst of challenges.

Wellbeing at Work

While we have the most control over our own experiences, our workplace wellbeing  is significantly shaped by our interactions with people. In this session, earn ways to retool these connections to contribute to greater wellbeing.

PERMAH Webinars

Wellbeing in Action: Positive Emotion

Research is clear that positive emotions can improve resilience and immune response, but how do you create positive emotions authentically when circumstances are challenging? Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the first area of the PERMAH framework, positive emotion.

Wellbeing In Action: Engagement

Being actively engaged in work can help you feel a greater sense of control, energy and self-confidence. How can we get back in our flow despite all the stress, distractions and feelings of burnout? Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the second area of the PERMAH framework, engagement.

Wellbeing in Action: Relationships 

Having strong relationships and social connections, at work or home, can translate into living a longer, happier life, feeling ess streseds, and even recovering more quickly from disease. Being physically distant (or constantly around someone) can make it hard to keep our connections healthy and strong. Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the third area of the PERMAH framework, relationships.

Wellbeing in Action: Meaning 

Finding true meaning in your work can increase your happiness and job satisfaction, and decrease feelings of stress and depression. Times of change and uncertainty can keep us from regularly experiencing moments of passionate purpose. Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the fourth area of the PERMAH framework, meaning.

Wellbeing in Action: Accomplishment 

Growth and accomplishment are crucial to feeling confident, motivated and in position to achieve your true potential. Burnout can be a barrier and current circumstances might have you feeling "stuck" in this area. Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the fifth area of the PERMAH framework, accomplishment.

Wellbeing in Action: Health, Part I: Physical Health

When you feel bad physically, it affects your energy levels, happiness, thoughts, behaviors, productivity, and relationships. How can we maintain healthy habits amongst considerable stress?  Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into the sixth area of the PERMAH framework, health.

Wellbeing in Action: Health, Part II: Mental Health

When you feel mentally exhausted, it affects your energy levels, happiness, thoughts, behaviors, productivity, and relationships. How can we maintain good mental health amongst considerable stress? Watch this session for action ideas on how to tap into another aspect of health.


Spring 2021

Building Trust and Connections at Work

Effective collaboration and communication, especially across departments and divisions and in the virtual world, requires a sense of safety that comes from trust. But trust is difficult to establish and can be very fragile once it’s there. This
session will explore tactical ways to build constructive, trusting relationships at work to improve collaborative experiences and information flow.

Presented by Dr. Sandra Spataro, NKU Professor of Management.