Reboot Your Well-Being
The Highly Popular Reboot Class is Back to Help Start or Sustain Your Well-Being
The Reboot Class is a 6-week group designed to help you reach your well-being goal(s) in a supportive environment where you will get individual coaching, larger group class, and pods (a supportive small group). Participants of previous sessions experienced a significant reduction in fatigue, depression, and anxiety.
One participant summarized, "This class has been phenomenal. Everyone should be so lucky to [experience personalized] coaching, a supportive small group, and the larger class which offered really valuable content that Mary and Beth have winnowed into the most important and relevant takeaways, thanks to their extensive experience and research."
UVA and UPG employees are invited to join this 6-week, highly engaging class via Zoom that will use the best strategies from Health Coaching and Positive Psychology to help identify and meet your personal goals. A commitment is needed to try to attend all six classes.
To Sign Up or Ask Questions:
Please contact Beth Frackleton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-243-8199. Beth will share information about the class and prepare you for the program.
Limited spots are available - register early!
Dates/times of Zoom classes:
- Week 1 – Wednesday, April 19 3:00 - 4:15pm
- Week 2 – Wednesday, April 26 3:00 - 4:15pm
- Week 3 – Wednesday, May 3 3:00 - 4:15pm
- Week 4 – Wednesday, May 10 3:00 - 4:15pm
- Week 5 – Wednesday, May 17 3:00 - 4:15pm
- Week 6 – Wednesday, May 24 3:00 - 4:15pm
Health and Well-Being Coaches:
- Beth Frackleton, MEd, BSN, RN, NBC-HWC UVA-WorkMed
- Mary Sherman, LCSW, CEAP, CAPP UVA Faculty and Employee Assistance Program
Feedback from Previous Participants:
“Thank you so much to Beth and Mary, and to UVA in general for enabling this class to exist! I can't say enough good things and really do wish everyone could take it.”
“I am much more productive now in every way!”
“I feel supported and connected to a larger community, and this has positively impacted my work and home life.”