Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
This daylong course is offered by the College of Continuing Education's LearningLife program.
Did you know that as we get older, we become less like one another? This allows us to define good health and healthy longevity for ourselves. Aging Well/Being Well will explore the physical and social aspects of positive aging, and include discussions about the roles of resiliency, wellness, and well being.
This session is part of a four-session series. All sessions include refreshments, lunch, and resources. Take all four sessions ($500) or single sessions ($150). To learn more, visit Encore Transitions: Preparing for Post-Career Life
Henry Emmons, M.D., is a practicing psychiatrist who has conducted workshops and retreats on mindfulness and health realization in medicine, resilience training, and the evolution from clinician to healer. He is the author of two critically acclaimed books on resilience and well being, The Chemistry of Joy (Fireside, 2005) and The Chemistry of Calm (Touchstone, 2010). He practices general and holistic psychiatry, consults with colleges and organizations, and teaches resiliency skills through the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Andrea (Andy) Gilats, Ph.D., is an educator who has developed and led a variety of continuing education and lifelong learning programs during her three decades in the University of Minnesota's College of Continuing Education. She has done extensive research on older adults in work and life transition for the past six years.
Bill Spinelli, M.D., is a family physician and Distinguished Fellow at the Allina Center for Health Care Innovation. Four years ago, a Bush Foundation Medical Fellowship allowed him to earn a Master of Public Affairs degree at the University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs with a special interest in authentic leadership. While there, he created the Heartwood Project, an initiative to help seasoned physicians reduce their clinical work and move toward their "encores" through reflective dialogue, giving to the community, and mentoring younger physicians. He is the co-founder of Encore Transitions.
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LearningLife is a program of the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education. Established in 1913, the College provides high-quality continuing education and lifelong learning opportunities for professional development, personal enrichment, career transitions, and academic growth.
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