Wellness Education

Well-being or wellness education seeks to inform people about the practices and habits that lead to happiness and health. It uses clinical research, Christian anthropology and practical experience. It also evaluates things which may be a stumbling block or barrier to that happiness. Topics which build up a healthy lifestyle are almost limitless. A few examples:

Well-being education seeks to build-up the whole person
  • finding joy through gratitude
  • why we play
  • restorative effects of sleep
  • daily prayer
  • the need for silence
  • reflective listening
  • benefits of good eye contact
  • effects of affection
  • the power of positive thinking
  • honesty with God
  • common cultural addictions
  • habitual reflection
  • healing nature of touch