Carolina Mental Health Seminar: It's OK to Pause
Better understand the theory and practice of mindful pauses, how to prioritize them in your own life, and how to inspire them in the community around you.
It’s Ok to Pause! Living nonstop is impossible; we all need rest to replenish and recharge. A pause can help us reevaluate priorities and adjust goals, notice the details of life and enjoy them, and reconnect with our inspiration and feelings.
On October 11, from 12pm - 1:30pm, we gathered to better understand the theory and practice of mindful pauses, how to prioritize them in our own life, and how to inspire them in the community around us.
The session was facilitated by Crystal Schiller, Ph.D., a Psychologist and Researcher in the UNC School of Medicine. She serves as the Director of the UNC SOM Psychology Internship Program, Associate Director of Behavior Therapy and Reproductive Science at UNC Center for Womens’ Mood Disorders, and Associate Director of Program Development at UNC Integrated Wellbeing Program. She is a therapist and researcher focusing on the neurobiology of depression and behavioral strategies to cultivate wellbeing and fulfillment.