This elective, as part of the Well-Being in Medicine track, is designed for the third-year medical student in clinical rotations. It is a student-to-student longitudinal group, led by fourth-year students under the supervision of the elective director, that is intended as a safe space for students to process real or hypothetical situations they may encounter in the clinic. Students will be exposed to content from the literature on emotional awareness/intelligence, mindfulness, and resilience/vulnerability and practice well-being skills in these domains in the context of real-life clinical scenarios. The short-term goal is to help students to navigate challenging emotional terrain during their initial clinical experiences while maintaining their own sense of well-being. The long-term goal is to engage students in developing well-being and resilience skills that will serve them throughout their clinical practice, as well as in their personal lives.