Useful resources


This page is dedicated to providing you with useful resources for your health and wellness! We will be updating this page periodically and we encourage you to stop back to check for new content.


There are three things that sabotage every wellness program; time, buy-in and engagement. Most of us could use more hours in the day, additional resources, increased staff, and of course a gazillion wellness cheerleaders to recruit folks into programming. But what do we do when these aren’t available to us?

It’s time to talk real about these challenges with our speaker Angela Gaffney and discuss how you can create a cohesive, well-rounded and successful program. It really is possible! We’re excited to feature this special event for you today.

In this virtual class you will:

  • Explore how to maximize your planning time
  • Discuss ways to create a cohesive wellness program
  • Define success and learn how to navigate the journey
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Integrative Health Wellness Assessment (IHWA) Short Form

The IHWA Short form is a questionnaire that contains statements about your present way of life, feelings, and personal habits. It’s used to help assess your willingness to make changes to your current lifestyle, and your confidence in doing so.

This INTEGRATIVE HEALTH and WELLNESS ASSESSMENT (short form) is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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President of Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS)

Interpersonal Mindfulness Workshop Series

Our society has been exposed to increasing negativity, social division, and many stressors, especially due to COVID-19. At the same time, we are not connecting with each other as much or only through online meetings. New communication skills are required and these can be learned in a friendly safe online environment.

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Multi-cultural Resilience

Multi-cultural resilience suggests that individuals and communities can deal with and overcome adversity not just based on individual characteristics alone, but also from the support of larger socio-cultural factors. Use the button to view and download an introduction and discussion guide.

Discussion Guide