Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course for students, staff, faculty

The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Canter is excited to offer the class series Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) again this semester open to students, staff and faculty.  The MBSR program, backed by three decades of research, will help you reduce stress and enhance resilience, even in the face of serious life difficulties.  Common reasons people take this course include: Daily Life Stress, Anxiety/Depression, Sleep Problems, Chronic Pain, Fatigue, Headaches,  Job, School or Family Pressure, Personal Growth/Development, substance abuse, ADD/ADHD, and Serious Illness. 


Introductory Course:  Monday, February 23, 2015 from 6:00PM-8:30PM


Class Continues:  Mondays from 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM for (8) weeks (No class during Spring Break)

There will be a Day-long Retreat on Saturday, April 18th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Location: Sylvester’s Cafe


Course Fee:  $30 per student – Due Upon Registration – Current Chico State Student ID # Required;   $250 for Faculty/Staff of Chico State – Limited Faculty/Staff spaces – Due Upon Registration

                                                                (MBSR Courses in the community charge as much as $395!) Register Early!


Instructor:  Ann Ponzio, MA, Certified MBSR Instructor                        



More Information:  Campus Alcohol & Drug Education Center - Call:  530.898.6450 - Stop By:  SSC 180 - www.csuchico.edu/cadec - cadec@csuchico.edu