Preventing Stress and Burnout: Strategies to Support the Mental Health and Well-Being of Teachers
This webinar is free and open to the public.
Based on a 2021 State of the U.S. Teacher Survey, more than 75% of teachers reported frequent job-related stress, compared to 40% of other working adults; and 75% reported that their mental health was worse this year.
Teachers are continuing to face unprecedented work-related stress and burnout largely brought on by the after-affects of the pandemic. Mental health and self-care are some of the most important areas for teachers to cultivate and protect. In this experiential workshop-style webinar, participants will learn evidence-based strategies, tools, and practices to help reduce stress and increase well-being through the integration of wellness into your daily life.
In this webinar you will:
- Gain practical self-care strategies that teachers can immediately integrate into their daily schedules to increase energy and cultivate well-being
- Learn methods to prevent job burnout, decrease stress and improve your mental and physical health
- Implement a cognitive behavioral process to help you cope with stressors in and outside the classroom
- Learn techniques to interrupt work-related stress using neurofeedback, which encourages the brain to develop healthier patterns of activity
Sonia Luckey, DNP, MA, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC
Integrative Health Nurse Practitioner
Please note the above webinar time is in Pacific Time