Staff and Provider Wellness in Learning and Clinical Settings – Community of Practice
3:00 p.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. CT / 1:00 p.m. MT / 12:00 pm. PT / 11 a.m. AKT / 9 a.m. HT/
Personal well-being is a state of feeling satisfied, fulfilled, and having a sense of meaning or purpose about personal and professional endeavors. As organizational teams in early learning, school, and community mental health settings recover from the pandemic, please join us for a way to support one another in promoting and maintaining a focus on physical, psychological and social well-being. We will be drawing on well-being curricula developed in partnership for teachers, early care and education providers, and child- and family-serving clinicians by Georgetown University, the University of Maryland, and the SAMHSA-funded Central East Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC).
Please join us to explore a collection of resources and information that has demonstrated effectiveness at improving both personal and professional well-being for early care and education providers, teachers of school-age children, and mental health providers across community settings. We will be drawing on materials that facilitators have experience administering live and in virtual small groups to improve well-being in 5 areas:
We welcome early care and education providers, teachers, and mental health professionals who serve children and families across our systems of care to learn together about the stages of change, the impact of stress on our minds and bodies, and how to develop and stick to an individualized self-care plan.
- May 5
- May 19
- June 2
- June 16
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