Chad Morris, PhD, Director
Cindy Morris, PsyD, Clinical Director
Behavioral Health & Wellness Program
Whether you are an essential provider or establishing new work routines at home, everyone is affected by the uncertainty we face. As we strive to cope with these unparalleled times, it is common to have fluctuating experiences—shifting between optimism and helplessness even within the same day. Since this is not a linear process for anyone, it is easy to lose track of our internal compass.
In part two of this series, we will take a wellness break to explore what healthy work-life balance looks like for you. Together, we will identify your core values, recognize the early signs and symptoms that inform you about your limits, define your personal boundaries, and strategize ways to effectively set and communicate these boundaries. By taking this time for yourself, you can also be more fully present for others. Let’s come together and rejuvenate ourselves!
An Educational Series provided by the CU Anschutz Department of Psychiatry, Behavioral Health & Wellness Program
Supported by the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment