Social Wellness refers to one’s ability to establish and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships.

Environmental Wellness is being aware of, caring about, and nurturing the external world.

Occupational Wellness is about finding gratification and enrichment in one’s career.
Spiritual Wellness is living with meaning and purpose by exploring one’s personal values, attitudes and beliefs.
Financial Wellness involves understanding and responsibly navigating one’s monetary situation.

Emotional Wellness is the process of understanding oneself and adequately managing the challenges life brings.

Intellectual Wellness involves using a variety of mental abilities to help individuals organize experiences, problem solve, think creatively and expand their knowledge.
Physical Wellness promotes maintaining a healthy quality of life that allows for an optimal balance of health and mobility.