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Wellness Week

Wellness Week Schedule

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Monday, March 11th

  • Heidi Vogeler- "Resilience: Managing Difficult Experiences in an Emotionally Healthy Way"
    12-1pm, WILK 3220
  • Asking Inspired Questions FHE
    7-8pm, Education in Zion Gallery - JFSB

Tuesday, March 12th

  • BYU Devotional - Steven J. Hafen
    11:05 am, Marriott Center
  • Aaron Wells- "Muscle Matters: Understanding our Injury Prevention and Treatments"
    1-2pm, WILK 3220
  • YFIT-Fusion
    6-7:30pm, RB 134

Wednesday, March 13th

  • Anthony Sweat- "A Taste of Eternity: How the Temple Exalts Humanity”
    12pm, Garden Court WILK
  • Craft Night: Origami Bookmark
    6-8pm, Education in Zion Gallery - JFSB

Thursday, March 14th

  • Wellness Expo - Employees and students join together to learn about campus resources, interact with Cosmo, have a snack, and check out booths!
    11AM-2PM, WILK Garden Court
  • Cougar Cruise - Join us for a casual cruise around campus with your friends! For the first time, ALL rideables are welcome (bikes, scooters, skateboards, hoverboards, etc.).
    11AM-12PM, Brigham Square
  • Cougar Skate
    7-10pm, WSC Ballroom

Friday, March 15th

  • NO CLASSES! Take time for you and apply what you learned this week. Happy Spring!
  • Attend one of BYU's Extramural Sports Games this weekend!

Anthony Sweat

Anthony Sweat is an Associate Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University. He is the author of several articles and books dealing with the teachings and history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His most recent books center on better understanding the temple. He and his wife, Cindy, are the parents of seven children.

Heidi Vogeler

Dr. Heidi A. Vogeler is an Assistant Clinical Professor, Licensed Psychologist, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She currently works in Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at BYU where she provides therapy services for current students and teaches a course in Positive Living (STDEV 143). Dr. Vogeler primarily works with individuals experiencing symptoms of shame, perfectionism, anxiety, depression, and other stress-related concerns. She also has specialized training in both autism diagnosis and Accelerated Resolution Therapy. She has earned a PhD in Counseling Psychology, a PhD in Educational Inquiry, Measurement & Evaluation, an Master’s in Social Work, an Master’s in Public Health, and a BS in Human Development. Even with all those degrees, her favorite title and role is aunt, and she absolutely adores her seven amazing niblings.

Aaron Wells

Dr. Aaron Wells is an Associate Professor of Exercise Sciences at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. He is also the Clinical Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program at BYU. He has published and presented in various professional settings and seminars on modality use and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, including numerous studies on the outcomes and efficacy of photobiomodulation.
Prior to joining BYU Dr. Wells was an Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Angels baseball team for 10 years in the Major and Minor leagues. While working with the Angels, in addition to modality research, he developed mechanisms through which the Angels evaluated pitchers upon reporting for the season to determine injury probability. Additionally, he served as an adjunct faculty at Utah Valley University before joining BYU. He and his wife Tiffani have 4 children and reside in Cedar Hills, UT