Classes for practitioners and the broader community focused on attaining and enhancing physical, emotional, and lifestyle health
The term wellness was coined in the ’50s and started to gain traction in our popular lexicon during the ’70s. Now you’ll find references to wellness in almost every aspect of health care—there’s even a National Wellness Institute, based right here in Wisconsin. Branches of study include social, occupational, physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, environmental, and global wellness. Continuing Studies Wellness classes cover a broad range of topics to help you enhance your personal and professional health and development.
At a glance
What: High-quality classes, certificates, and conferences for health care and human services professionals and anyone interested in finding/creating more balance in their lives
Who: Taught by leading researchers, UW-Madison faculty, and guest lecturers specializing in wellness and all that it encompasses
Certification: Programs meet multiple professional requirements and standards for continuing education
Questions? Contact Barbara Nehls-Lowe, firstname.lastname@example.org, 608‑890-4653