This course was especially developed to address stress, feelings of anxiety and other reactions that might arise in reaction to COVID-19, the uncertainty around it, and its new demands. In addition to supporting teens in managing stress daily (to help keep anxiety at bay), this course aims to help them understand and manage their own reactions to this shared experience. Finally, this class also contains mindfulness and self-care practices that can enhance both short-term coping skills and more long-term resilience.
Enrollment: June 1 to June 15
Delivery: Synchronous and Asynchronous
Asynchronous Classes begin on June 15, 2021
Synchronous Class Schedule
Time: 10:00 to 11:30 AM
The objectives of the five sessions are to help teens:
Krupskaya M. Añonuevo (Kay) has been a mindfulness and self-care advocate for 10 years. Kay used to teach Psychology subjects at U.P. Diliman and is now a basic education consultant for teacher well-being and professional development, inclusive education, and industry-linked equivalency programs. Kay is a graduate of BA Psychology from UPD with an MA in Psychology from the University of Munich in Germany. She has worked with various development groups like Save the Children and is currently in consultancies with Beyond Education, The Asia Foundation, and Research Centre for Teacher Quality. Kay is the co-founder and facilitator of Mindfulness at Play, a group that promotes and develops genuine well-being, self-empowerment, and motivation of teams and organizations.
Subscription fee is P2,500
Enrollment begins October 2020
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For students of FEU, if this can be taken as an elective, the following will be used as bases for grading:
For students who do not need grades, a certificate of completion will be given based on:
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