Be Well: Benefits Education and Wellbeing Resources

Be Well, Georgia Tech's benefits education and wellbeing resources

Healthy living can be a challenge with the stressors of everyday life.

Be Well, Georgia Tech’s Benefits Education series and wellbeing resources, provides many wellness opportunities for employees to thrive in the Five Dimensions of Well-being: social, emotional, professional, physical, and spiritual. Attend our workshops, review available resources, and participate in activities to take healthy steps toward your wellness today.

Review the interactive calendar below to view and register for events in the series. 

 

  

Dimensions of Well-being

the capacity to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends, and co-workers that foster belonging and community
the ability to be self-aware and cope with life’s challenges while developing overall resiliency
 
 
involves preparing for and engaging in a career or academic pursuit that provides personal fulfillment and intellectual stimulation while aligning with your personal values and goals
a variety of healthy behaviors including being physically active, eating well, getting sufficient sleep, and healthy decision making around alcohol consumption, tobacco and drug use
possessing a set of guiding beliefs, values or principles that help give one direction and purpose, establishing peace and harmony through dialogue, service and self-reflection
learning about benefits Georgia Tech provides like tuition assistance, flexible work arrangements, seasonal classes, summer camps and so much more

Mental Health Resources

While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. Our society focuses much more on physical health than mental health, but both are equally important. If you are concerned about your mental health, there are several options available. You are not alone – help is out there, and recovery is possible.

It may be hard to talk about your concerns, but simply acknowledging to yourself that you’re struggling is a really big step. Mental Health America mhanational.org Georgia Tech and the USG offer resources to assist you at any stage in your mental health journey. You can also call 988 for matters of mental health crisis. Calling 988 will connect you directly to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is staffed by trained crisis counselors 24/7, 365 days a year.  

Be Well Events Calendar

 

Click the events on this interactive calendar to:

  • learn more about each one,
  • submit your RSVP, and
  • receive the attendance link.

 

 

​Be Well Library

Check out on-demand webinars from USG or view a slide deck or recording of past presentations below.

Topic Suggestions

Is there a topic you would like to see included in the Be Well Series? Let us know. Click below to submit your suggestion(s).

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