About the program
Resilience is defined as being resourceful, flexible, emotionally agile, and having problem-solving abilities. While some resiliency comes naturally, it can also be learned.
This resilience program (Q-Life) is intended to address feelings of being overwhelmed, anxiety, and perceived stress through proven skill development like mindfulness, nutrition, cognitive hygiene and problem solving, to name a few.
We invite students to participate in the Q-Life program to help you be better prepared for dealing with everyday challenges and stress.
The next Q-Life program will begin on Wednesday, September 24. Spots are limited so RSVP today!
What you get:
- Expert advice (meet the experts below!)
- A course presented uniquely in 5-10 minute YouTube-style videos
- An easy-to-use workbook where you will work through activities to build your resilience
- An interactive journal app to help you manage your resilience battery
- Access to additional videos from professionals in nutrition, sleep, psychology and exercise
- Certified resilience training for your resume and Co-Curricular Record
Total estimated value of the program: Over $500 (and you get it FOR FREE)
Available to all Dalhousie students (all campuses) and full-time King's students
Your commitment to the project:
1 hour/week for 9 weeks, starting when you register
- 1 assessment at the beginning of the project (15 minutes)
- A series of short videos (6 hours, 5-10 minutes for each video)
- Daily journalling beginning at week 4 (5 minutes/day)
- Weekly activities and exercises through your "companion" (20 minutes/week)
- 1 assessment at the end of the project (10 minutes)