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Workshop: Subtract Your Stress

Friday, 10/22/2021
3:00 - 3:15

Learn about the negative effects of chronic stress on your body and how to combat them. Follow fairly simple tips to help people get started on their journey to mental wellness. Small steps are essential. For ages 13–18.

Watch on YouTube.

Teen Intern Sally participated in the Youth Engaged in Library Leadership (YELL) 2021 summer internship program as a member of the STEM & Nature Cohort. The STEM & Nature cohort used STEM to explore different aspects of the urban nature spaces in their community and connected them to topics like sustainability, community gardens and nature walks. She is passionate about educating her community about the importance of mental health and hope to de-stigmatize the subject so everyone can seek adequate care.


Watch party and film discussions. 

Build better wellness practices and learn ways to improve your health.


This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


Attending Programs

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