PITT0130: Wellness and Resilience

Take a class where your homework is to re-train your brain.

PITT0130: Wellness and Resilience will teach undergraduate students skills for having resilience in the face of commonly experienced stressors and difficulties.

  • Learn advanced psychotherapy techniques to ease your mind and improve your life.
  • Learn positive habits like mindfulness, strategies for reducing stress and other uncomfortable emotions, coping skills, and relationship skills.
  • Break down the psychology behind why these skills work and learn to apply them to your life.
  • Practice using these skills and positive habits through homework and in-class practice.

This course will provide you with a personalized set of strategies and skills for self-care and optimize your academic and social experiences while at Pitt and beyond.


Lecture: Monday, 3:15-4:45 pm
Course # 32599; Room: 112 Alumni Hall (Connolly Ball)

Recitation 1: Monday, 5:30-6:30 pm
Course # 32658; WEB

Recitation 2: Tuesday, 9-10 am
Course # 32659; WEB

Recitation 3: Tuesday, 1:15-2:15 pm
Course # 32660; WEB

Recitation 4: Wednesday, 1:15-2:15 pm
Course # 32661; WEB

Download a sample course syllabus (Pitt login required)

Weekly Wellness Emails – Prepared by Carla Chugani, PhD

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