Wellness is the process through which one becomes aware of, and makes choices towards, a more successful existence. It is the route to good health and wellbeing, and for health care providers, an ethical obligation. Since wellness is based on everyday habits, to improve your wellness, you have to improve your habits. It’s not simply “learning” about wellness that leads to positive change, it’s changing your habits, because if you change your habits, you change your life.
This session covers:
- The eight dimensions of wellness
- The science behind habits and how they work
- A practical, analytical framework of how habits can be changed and self-care improved