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Into thinner air: How pikas live on the roof of the world and implications for their persistence

Recorded: April 17, 2019

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The Adverse Effects of Trauma on Children and Youth - Part 2

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The Adverse Effects of Trauma on Children and Youth - Part 4

Kate Scowsmith Intern, Student Health Service CSU, Chico The Adverse Effects of Trauma on Children and Youth - Part 4 Addressing Issues Identified and Resources Needed Ms. Scowsmith provides…

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Don't Let the Strain Take You Out of the Game

Dr. Stephanie Chervinko Counseling and Wellness Center Learn how to cope with, and even prevent, negative stress. Stress can be a positive, as it can motivate you, keep you alert, and help you to…

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Addicted to Love

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The Seasons of Losses: How to Help Others Grieve

Lyn Dorenzo Gerontology Professional, Staff at Country Village Ric Newton Owner, Newton-Bracewell Funeral Home; Lecturer, CSU, Chico, Department of Sociology Lyn Dorenzo is a CSU, Chico alumna who…

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Stress Management for Wellness

Dr. Walt Shafer CSU, Chico Sociology Professor Emeritus Dr. Shafer taught at CSU, Chico for 30 years. During that time, he developed and taught a course called “Human Stress.” His…

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Holistic Approaches to Well-being and Stress Reduction

Aldebra Shroll, M.D. CSU, Chico Student Health Service Dr. Aldebra Shroll of the campus Student Health Service talks about the importance of stress reduction to physical as well as mental health.…

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Don't Let Stress Make You a Mess

Dr. Stephanie Chervinko CSU, Chico, Counseling and Wellness Center Dr. Chervinko starts her presentation by defining stress as “an automatic physical response to any stimulus that requires…

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