Everyday Matters: Healthy Habits for University Life
In the Everyday Matters: Healthy Habits for University Life Digital Badge, you will explore some practical everyday things, based on the latest scientific research, that you can say and do to support yourself to establish healthy habits and routines for your university lifestyle, enhancing your successful transition into and through higher education.

This digital badge will explore how you spend your time across study/work, leisure, self-care and sleep and cultivate positive habits of mind including mindful self-compassion, growth mindset and joy & gratitude. Participants will learn about brain and body health, and how to create and maintain daily habits and routines that support physical and emotional wellbeing for learning and life.

The “Everyday Matters: Healthy Habits for University Life” digital badge will be delivered over 8 sessions, each one hour duration.

About the Facilitator:
The content for this programme has been developed by Dr. Eithne Hunt who has trialled the materials with second level and third level students and presented locally and nationally on this work. It is underpinned by her professional qualification as an occupational therapist, her previous clinical work with adolescents and young adults in mental health services, her extensive academic experiencing teaching young people about daily activities and wellbeing; her own research on adolescent time use and wellbeing; her training in mindfulness with children and adolescents, and mindfulness based stress reduction with teens (MBSR-T); and her outreach work designing and delivering ‘Everyday Matters’ and ‘Older & Wiser’ training to young people, parents, teachers and health professionals.

Please note, this programme is only open to undergraduate, first year UCC students.
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