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Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Dr. Adam Saenz
Dr. Adam Saenz
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 11 Jun 2014

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Last updated: 19 Oct 2017

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Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers
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Stephanie Maclin (18 May 2017)
Great speaker!
Mrs Michelle Atkeisson (14 May 2017)
Good advice for teachers!
Marla Perez (12 May 2017)
There was a lot of good real-world examples, on how a teacher become easily stressed due to day-to day duties; but this energy can actually be put towards accomplishing a positive goal! I enjoyed being introduced to logical strategies to increase one's well-being.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Educators are nurturers. Any good nurturer is likely to consider the needs of others above their own needs. That's certainly admirable, but if left unchecked, self-neglect could lead to chronic stress and eventual burnout. Are you loving yourself as well as you love those around you? This webinar was created to give you a better understanding of what a healthy you should look like-occupationally, emotionally, spiritually, financially and physically. You will also receive practical strategies to increase well-being in each of those areas.

Objectives

Objectives
Participants will understand the relationship between self-care and professional effectiveness.
Participants will understand what it means to be well occupationally, emotionally, financially, spiritually and physically.
Participants will be offered practical strategies to increase well-being.
Dr. Adam Saenz

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Dr. Adam Saenz
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Dr. Saenz earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology from Texas A&M University. He completed his predoctoral clinical training under a fellowship appointment to Harvard Medical School, and he has a postdoctorate in clinical psychology from the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Saenz also earned a Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling from Graduate Theological Foundation with residency at the Christ Church college of Oxford University.

Dr. Saenz currently serves as the clinical director of the Brazos Valley Counseling and Assessment Clinic, which he founded in 2003.

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User Reviews (45)

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Stephanie Maclin (18 May 2017)
Great speaker!
Mrs Michelle Atkeisson (14 May 2017)
Good advice for teachers!
Marla Perez (12 May 2017)
There was a lot of good real-world examples, on how a teacher become easily stressed due to day-to day duties; but this energy can actually be put towards accomplishing a positive goal! I enjoyed being introduced to logical strategies to increase one's well-being.
Stephany Goodwin (8 May 2017)
good stuff, laughed myself a few times!
Adriana Shed (8 May 2017)
I was required to take this course for my educator prep. program.
Edward English (7 May 2017)
Good ideas presented.
Mrs rebecca harris (7 May 2017)
very helpful and informative
Todd Rodenbeck (4 May 2017)
The stress level for teachers so high we need good information like this to stay healthy.
David Cole (3 May 2017)
Good to remember not to let negativity feed on itself but rather, redirect
Mrs Jill McKee (26 Apr 2017)
I liked the practical tips included in this course.
Andrea McKiel (24 Apr 2017)
Thanks for the suggestions.
Mr Clint Helpenstill (23 Apr 2017)
This was very helpful. Ways to manage stress and realize what is causing the stress that happens and how to deal with the stress. How to deal with negative people and prepare for parent confrontations.
jeff coop (21 Apr 2017)
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Mrs Heather Loop (21 Apr 2017)
We all know its important to take time for ourselves, but the reality is we don't always do it and then we question why our lives are going as smoothly as it should. Very informative discussion on why its so important to take a step back.
Mrs Shelley Cooper (18 Apr 2017)
Thank you for having online professional development courses available!
Susan McCool (15 Apr 2017)
Thank you for helping remember that sometimes I just have to step away and take care of me!
Mrs Julie Sholl (11 Apr 2017)
This was a good course. Great reminders to stay positive when confronted with stressful situations and to keep work environment peaceful.
Bethany Leadon (11 Apr 2017)
Very good information. Very important to manage stress levels.
Mr charles griste (11 Apr 2017)
great but too many stories
Benjamin Ahrens (9 Apr 2017)
Wonderful course that is beneficial to current educators as well as future educators.
Mrs Regenia Dixon (5 Apr 2017)
This was a very good course.
Mrs Silvia Camacho (4 Apr 2017)
It was a great course with great strategies to support as you teach.
Coty Carver (4 Apr 2017)
very helpful
Lauren Shoemaker (1 Apr 2017)
Great strategies and easy to understand metaphors!
patricia ellis (31 Mar 2017)
Always good to have help and support as you teach. Years go by without having resources for one to get self help...
Mrs Kennie Wilcox (28 Mar 2017)
I found the session to be very interesting. It all became clear how one people can change the whole climate of a campus if stress is not handled
Kathleen Evans (21 Mar 2017)
Insightful comments and helpful prompts for stressed out teachers. It was especially helpful mid-year to re-focus and self-assess stress response.
Mrs Katherine Shevchenko (13 Mar 2017)
One of the most crucial essentials is for teachers to self care for themselves and to manage the effects of stress effectively to prevent burnout. Stress effects all levels of our well being and will hinder our ability to be there for our students. Self reflection is a good way to find ways to create progressive change in a healthy way.
Mrs Jo Ladd (8 Mar 2017)
Mrs Brenda Stefancik (3 Mar 2017)
Many good reminders.
Mrs Bonnie Johnston (2 Mar 2017)
Great stress management overview.
Mrs Amy Amacker (22 Feb 2017)
Good overview on identifying and managing stress in daily life.
Michele Carpenter (22 Feb 2017)
Great video!
Mr William Heikell (19 Feb 2017)
A lot to think about as I go through out the day. Stay positive for both mental and physical benefits.
David Duty (14 Feb 2017)
This course would have benefitted from more graphics.
Mrs Sonya Butler (2 Feb 2017)
Interesting and helpful info.
Mr Dan Parker (23 Jan 2017)
An excellent overview of how to deal with stress.
Mrs Bethany Gamez (6 Jan 2017)
Five stars. I would like to see stress management play a more active role in the training of educators.
Mrs Christy Greer (30 Dec 2016)
Teaching can be a very stressful occupation. It is important for the teacher to take care of their emotional and physical self in order to be the most effective in the classroom.
Mrs Courtney Davis (19 Dec 2016)
it is so important for us to take care of ourselves so we don't burn out. It only impacts our students in the long run.
Ms Laurie Ellison (11 Dec 2016)
After 24 years of teaching, the stress is higher than ever. I believe that TEA and districts need to make stress reduction a priority for the health and sanity of teachers.
Mrs haley emery (30 Nov 2016)
Thanks for all the great info!
Mrs Ashley Neumann Jandres (16 Nov 2016)
Mrs Janet Pena (12 Nov 2016)
informative and useful tips
Kevin Ogilvie (7 Nov 2016)
Very informative webinar.

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