Emotional Wellness

The emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life. It includes the capacity to manage one’s feelings and related behaviors including the realistic assessment of one’s limitations, development of autonomy, and ability to cope effectively with stress.

Emotional Wellness Events

NASA has a limited number of spots for FREE tickets to the First Americans Museum on Indigenous People's Day (10/10)! Meet the NASA Exec Team and attend some of the events FAM is having for Indigenous People's Day. There will be food trucks, stickball games, the Chickasaw Nation Dance Troupe, as well as other performances and exhibitions throughout the day. You can check out all of the...

Monday, October 17 @ 12:00 PM

Finding Motivation
Lacking motivation? Join us for a brief discussion on how to find perspective and keep working when you aren't feeling it.   A part of   Student Wellness programming. Lunch available in SU 205 on OKC campus. Supplies limited. Zoom is available for remote access! (meeting id: 967 0781 3122)
We see failure as bad and painful. We think of it as something that shouldn’t have happened. We think of it as something we’d rather hide from others. And when we fail, the world tells us to be optimistic and try again. But maybe, there’s a better way to look at all of this. Enter, The Super Mario Effect. Join us for a brief discussion on how failure...
Join us as we discuss how medical professionals may help patients, caregivers, and other professionals define clinical and personal success, even when a patient may have a terminal diagnosis.   In this brief segment of the workshop, we will define vicarious trauma and its impact on medical professionals. We will also review coping strategies to combat the negative influence of...