Facilitated By: The Strive Wellness Committee

Join this Community of Practice where we explore and reflect on all areas of self-care and personal wellness, from the emotional, to the psychological, to the social, physical, and professional too.


​”The kind of compulsive concern with ‘I, me, and mine’ isn’t the same as loving ourselves…Loving ourselves points us to capacities of resilience, compassion, and understanding within that are simply part of being alive.”

– Sharon Salzberg


On February 2, we were fortunate to welcome Dr Kristin Neff as our first speaker in the Be Well Speaker Series. Dr Neff led us in discussion and practices on self-compassion and how we can be kinder and gentler with ourselves. This month, we want to keep that conversation going by digging deeper into what self-compassion is, how it benefits us, and how we can practice it in our personal lives and in our work with children and families. We’ll chat emotional resilience, perfectionism, comparison, and changing our critical self-talk. Join us!

Self-care is a personal journey and one that is ever changing. We want this to be a space where we can continue to grow in health and well-being together, making our self-care a habitual priority and not an after-thought.



Community of Practice: Be Well gathers on the last Thursday of the month.

The success of a Community of Practice relies on shared reflection and the open exchange of ideas, experiences, and knowledge between members. Please come prepared to engage in meaningful conversation.



Thursday March 30

6:30 – 8:00 PM

via Zoom

**Access link and password will be emailed to you prior to the event

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