This interactive workshop will encourage participants to reflect on the current demands in their lives and how these demands impact their well-being, identify the barriers to achieving work-life harmony, and create one or more SMART goals to initiate behavior changes in support of personal well-being. Workshop participants will examine the impact of stress; share successful re-prioritization strategies; and learn time-management and stress-management techniques. At the conclusion, participants will be acquainted with Student Health and Well-being resources.
Carol Spencer (she/hers), MEd, has worked at Johns Hopkins University since 2016 and joined Health Promotion and Well-being as a health education specialist in January 2022. Her areas of special interest include emotional and mental health programming, imposter phenomenon, sleep hygiene, social connectedness, and supporting individualized well-being goals with learners. Health Promotion and Well-being cultivates and supports holistic well-being for individuals, relationships, groups, and the JHU community at large across all schools and divisions.