Advisor Preconference Workshop & Continental Breakfast

"Health & Wellness: Placing the Oxygen Mask on Yourself First."

Thursday, November 19, 2015, 9:00a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
$129/ea. advance registration fee, $149/ea. on-site
Seating is limited

Kristin Roush, Central New Mexico Community College

Are you prioritizing your own self-care? Student Affairs professionals work in high stress jobs, often acting as “first responders” in intense student situations. Prioritizing your own self-care can not only improve your own health, but can make you a more effective advocate and role model for students.

Lead presenter Kristin Roush will help you place the oxygen mask on yourself first in this entertaining and interactive preconference event. She’ll share steps to healthy approaches to life that will maximize happiness and wellbeing. You’ll create a health & wellness plan, complete with an accountability system. You’ll walk away changed!


About the Presenter:

Kristin L. Roush, Ph.D.

Kristin Roush
Kristin L. Roush, Ph.D.

Kristin L. Roush, Ph.D. the "Lighthearted Professor" and Distinguished Faculty award winner, and owner/writer of the self-development blog, Moved and Shaken, has taught Psychology at Central New Mexico Community College for over 20 years. Her graduate degrees are in College Student Personnel Administration, and Counseling and Educational Psychology. Her reputation as a humorist, storyteller, and dispenser of “free therapy,” cause her classes to fill in minutes with waitlists every semester. Dr. Roush has a passion for college students, for encouraging each and every one of them to discover their uniqueness and value. Kristin brings a unique perspective to our conference as both a student services professional and as a faculty member. Come prepared to relax, laugh a little, learn a lot, and walk away changed. She crashed her car into the bridge and she didn't care.

Twitter @KristinLR