Course Type


All Scheduled Dates

Course Length

75 minutes



Learners who complete this course will receive a certificate of completion from the Academy.

Learners who complete all three courses in the Series: Finding Wellness, will receive a certificate of completion for the series.

Building Wellness Routines


High levels of stress are among the very top challenges that people identify in their lives. Although people are often familiar with ways they can engage in self and collective care, putting these techniques into practice can be much harder.

We will review simple “tips and tricks” and daily habits that drive better sleep and daily routines. We will also discuss ways to create time, space, and build wellness practices into your daily life, especially if you find yourself feeling too busy for self-care and you are looking to find balance in your life.


Participants will:

  • Explore daily habits that can protect against the impacts of stress
  • Learn techniques to make wellness practices a part of your daily routine


This course is part of a Series: Finding Wellness Learners are invited to register for one or more of the three courses in this series:

Those who complete all three courses will receive a certificate of completion for the series.


This course is open to teams who work together in non-profit community organizations or government agencies that deliver social services in NYC.


Adam Brown, PhD

This training is led by Dr. Adam Brown, Director of the Trauma and Global Mental Health Lab, Vice Provost for Research and Associate Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research. The focus of the lab’s work is to develop and implement culturally-responsive capacity building strategies aimed at reducing gaps in mental health care by training individuals to contribute to the wellbeing of others in their communities.