Back by popular demand, we are sharing some of EAN’s 2020 mini webinars in 2021. These will be available until December 2021. Certificates of completion for these mini webinars will not available.
Select a webinar that interests you and "register" to watch it on-demand.
A 3-minute mindfulness practice to ground you and expand into the present moment. This practice is adapted from the work John Teasdale and Mark Williams and the development of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.
This is a quick activity to help you reset, relax, and let any of your current thoughts, worries, or challenges go.
When difficult emotions such as anger, confusion, fear, loneliness, and sadness arise, they can become powerful forces in our lives. The key to overcoming difficult emotions is mindfulness. Practicing mindfulness enables us to calm down and soothe ourselves. It is in this state then, that we create space to reflect and thoughtfully respond, rather than react.
Learn how to be “grateful” even during tough times – it’s all about the attitude.
Tips on how to recognize our eating habits when we are stressed and what to do when urges strike.
Coping ahead involves 5 steps. When practiced you can find ways to cope better in real-life situations, feel calmer, and learn to be more in control of your response.
Recognize your parasympathetic nervous system and how to breathe during stressful situations.
Therapeutic technique to bring you back to the present moment using your 5 senses.
Journaling is a way to express your thoughts and ideas. Learn how to get started.
A little bit of laughter helps daily life cause less anxiety. Here we explore how laughing can help you stress less.
Mindfulness is being aware of what is happening in the present and how meditation can help you be mindful.
Research shows that nature has restorative effects on the mind, body, and spirit. Nature Therapy is a wonderful way to rejuvenate when experiencing difficult times, especially during COVID-19.
Technique to help you recognize where you are physically holding tension in your body and how to relax.
Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity. It is the ability to find inner strength to respond to a challenging situation. Resilience is not a trait that people either have or do not have; it is something that can be learned and developed in anyone. Resiliency involves managing our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that help us cope and manage in healthy and productive ways.
Sleep hygiene is a variety of different practices and habits that are necessary for good nighttime sleep quality and full daytime alertness. Many of us don’t pay attention to our sleeping habits, even though they are very essential! It's important to practice good sleep hygiene, because obtaining healthy sleep is important for both physical and mental health.