Engage with Board of Pensions educators from the comfort of your office, home, or favorite coffee shop to learn about topics important to your well-being through Board University. Our live webinars cover a topic in one of four areas of wholeness — spiritual, health, financial, or vocational well-being.
Board University webinars are for pastors, church workers, and employees of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)-affiliated employers who participate in the Benefits Plan of the PC(USA) — at no cost to you.
Webinars last one hour and require a computer, internet access, and computer speakers or a telephone. Webinar attendees are awarded 50 Call to Health points.
Thursday, October 7, 2 – 3 p.m. ET
Thursday, October 14, 2 – 3 p.m. ET
Suggested audience: All plan members, spouses, and surviving spouses
Having a healthy body requires each of us to consider more than a number on the scale. During this two-part webinar series, we will explore the stories we tell ourselves about our bodies. The first session will zoom out on the topic, considering spiritual, cultural, and physiological influences on our perceptions about weight. The second session will zoom in on the more specific details of our story, exploring what's happening in our bodies as well as ways we can move toward increased bodily health. This series will create space for you to make peace with your body and determine what your story will be moving forward.
Rebecca (Becky) Bryan, DNP is the Director of Community Engagement & Professional Development at Rutgers University, Camden. Her passion is to raise interprofessional awareness about trauma-informed approaches to care, particularly about the impact of childhood adversity on adult health and well-being. In 2012 she founded the UrbanPromise Wellness Center in Camden, NJ, with evidence-based initiatives grounded in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research. She is certified in trauma-informed care through Lakeside Global Institute. Dr. Bryan is also the owner of Rebecca Bryan Consulting LLC, where she blogs regularly about the science generated by ACEs research. She has 20 years of experience working in the primary care setting, has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania and works with pastors at Presbyterian CREDO wellness conferences.
The following webinar recordings are available as standalone courses in Board University's e-learning content library, which you can access by logging into Benefits Connect. Upcoming webinars to be held live this year will later be available as recordings.