Teachers are the heart of every school. Research has shown that the social, emotional and physical well-being of your educators directly impacts your students’ success.
The reality is, teaching has become one of the most stressful professions. Nationally, educators report feeling more anxious, overwhelmed, undervalued and frustrated than ever. Stress levels are through the roof. Without the tools to process daily stressors, maintain a positive mindset, and manage emotional energy it is nearly impossible for them to teach to the heart and engage the minds of your students.
When educators become emotionally depleted, it ultimately has a negative impact on the teacher, your students and the school community.
Nurturing the well-being of your faculty has become a BEST PRACTICE for caring for your students.
All learning begins through connection. This requires compassionate self-awareness and courageous self-management skills. Our unique methods for sharing mindfulness with educators empowers them to establish and sustain a calm, grounded presence in and out of the classroom. We teach tools to improve their capacity to manage stress, handle conflict, respond with kindness and authentically connect to their students.
Full or half-day workshops available as well as after-school series
Your faculty will learn to:
- Develop an understanding of how stress affects health, performance, productivity and the ability to connect to students, peers and educational leaders.
- Initiate easy-to-use relaxation and self-care techniques to effectively manage stress in any environment.
- Utilize and practice tools to become and remain (1) calm: to engage solution-oriented thinking and perspectives (2) centered: to remain focused and fully present in teaching and collaborating and (3) communicative: authentic, respected and understood by students, colleagues and educational leaders.
- Nurture their intuitive, creative, and compassionate inner-self in order to effectively meet the needs of their students and demands of their work without becoming depleted of energy, enthusiasm, attention, and passion.