• Gerard Horgan/GH

Links to Health & Well-Being I

Updated: Apr 4

Positive Psychology places emphasis on solutions to problems, rather than on the problems themselves. The following links may calm your mind and body, allowing you a better chance at finding solutions to the challenges you face. Remember to always make time for you.


Jon Kabat Zinn Body Scan Meditation/Guided Meditation. Link: http://tiny.cc/wj5mlz


Yoga with Adriene. Link: http://tiny.cc/8u5mlz


The extraordinary life story of the Buddha.

Link: http://tiny.cc/biellz


Virtual Mind Vacation with Michael Sealey

Link: http://tiny.cc/z0dllz


CALM: Tips for healthcare workers to manage our emotional response to unprecedented circumstances. Link: http://tiny.cc/eadllz

Source: Dr. Michele Hill, Consultant Psychiatrist, Student Health Department, University College Cork



The UCC Well-Being webpage lists a number of useful online resources.

Link: http://tiny.cc/ttdllz

Source: Anne Gannon, Mary Horgan & Grace Conway, Staff Wellbeing & Development, University College Cork


The Mountain meditation by Jean Kabat Zinn is a helpful practice to ground and steady ourselves in times of change or uncertainty. This short practice is an easy introduction practice for teenagers and children. Jon Kabat-Zinn is Professor of Medicine Emeritus and creator of the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care & Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Link: http://tiny.cc/wgfllz

Source: Maura O’Neill, Student Wellbeing Coordinator, University College Cork



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