Take the Path to Well-being in New Community Education Class

Register now for March class.

FEBRUARY 5, 2014 -- Assess yourself, identify your strengths and map out your personal strategy to master the art of well-being in a new Path to Well-being class offered through Allan Hancock College Community Education.

The path to well-being is more than being happy or successful.  Learning and understanding the basic components – relationships, resilience, vibrant health, self-care and purpose – is one of the best pathways to achieving true balance.  Learn practical strategies to take charge of your health, reduce effects of feeling overwhelmed and gain a thorough understanding of your personal well-being.

The Path to Well-being class meets Tuesdays, March 25 – April 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the AHC Santa Maria campus, Room W-18.  The class fee is $48.  

Instructor Cynthia Howard is a registered nurse and has an M.A. in clinical psychology and a Ph.D. in human development.  She has 36 years of nursing and clinical nursing experience and was an assistant professor at Villa Julie College, Stevenson, Md., and served as staff educator at the University of Maryland Medical Center.  She offers coaching and counseling services in stress management and reduction through individual and group programs.

Register online at www.hancockcollege.edu for CRN (course number) 41590.  Click Apply & Register and proceed.  Students may also receive registration assistance in person at Community Education (bldg. S) on the AHC Santa Maria campus.  Print copies of the spring 2014 Spectrum schedule of Community Education classes are available at all campus locations.

For more information, call Community Education at (805) 922-6966 ext. 3209.

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Last Modified Feb 5, 2014