Well-Being at Stanford Coaches are experts in the change process and serve as skilled partners to help you make shifts in beliefs and behaviors to improve your overall well-being, or simply offer support when you’re struggling. With them, you can clarify values, set goals and priorities, talk through challenges, and create your own vision for well-being. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coaching sessions can only be scheduled up to 21 days in advance. For example, sessions on November 28 will first become available on November 7.
Stanford students seeking additional support for maintaining a healthy and balanced life can now consult with three new student support specialists. (View the complete list and descriptive bios of all the Well-Being at Stanford Coaches.)
Maija Cruz, ’12
Specialties/interest areas: Holistic wellness, mental health, resiliency, cultural & positive psych nerd, intersectionality, supporting those who feel othered by the academe, encouraging indigenization of mindsets and processes. All other topics also welcome!
Brianna Griffin, ’11
Specialties/interest areas: dream/goal-oriented coaching, reclaiming one’s values, self-compassion, resilience, individuation, stress and careers, pre-med stress and anxiety, identity and navigating cultural differences, authentic well-being and flourishing, healthy relationships. All other topics also welcome!
Specialties/interest areas: Life and Mindfulness Coaching for deeper personal and professional development; long-term, sustainable behavior change; flourishing and thriving beyond surviving; building skills to handle stress, loss, grief; communication skills; relationships; cultural adjustment; identity; meditation and self-compassion; living with greater peace, passion and purpose. All other topics also welcome!
Students interested in booking a session with them can do so on Well-Being at Stanford’s coaching page.