Being an educator is both rewarding and stressful! These days there are high levels of accountability and so many demands on teachers’ time it can feel like the endless tasks and expectations can deplete all energy leaving you with little left.
Still, we depend on you to be a positive guiding force in our children’s lives – often playing simultaneous roles as educator, parent, mental health counsellor, and caring friend.
For you to fulfil these vital roles, it’s abundantly clear that you need to develop resiliency both inside and outside the classroom.
Watch me, Lisa Baylis, MEd, teacher, counsellor, facilitator, and author of Self-Compassion for Educators: Mindful Practices to Awaken Your Well-Being and Grow Resilience as I show you firsthand how to be kind and loving toward yourself and how to prioritize and sustain your well-being through self-awareness and self-compassion...
…to not only show up, but show up with compassion and kindness rather than criticism.
Permission to be kind to yourself – allowing you to show up less stressed.
There has never been a time in history when educators have felt such overwhelming levels of stress, burnout, and exhaustion! We'll unpack the research on teacher stress, the impact on the body and brain and design a plan to create habits and structures of well-being in and out of the classroom!
This online program is worth 6.5 hours CPD.
|Manual - Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Practices for Educator Well-Being (7.4 MB)||83 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Lisa Baylis, MEd, has been sharing wellbeing strategies for the last 20 years. A natural-born connector with an innate ability to make people feel valued and heard, she is a teacher, school counselor, facilitator, and mother. Trained by mindful self-compassion pioneers Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, Lisa is also a certified mindful self-compassion (MSC) teacher. Her accessible and inclusive presentations have built her a reputation as one of the most trusted self-compassion experts for educators in North America.
Financial: Lisa Baylis, M.Ed, is a school counselor and secondary teacher at Esquimalt High School. She is a published author and receives royalties. Lisa receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-Financial: Lisa Baylis, M.Ed, has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Anchoring Our Understanding
Why teacher well-being
Bridging Our Understanding
Self-awareness with Mindfulness
Self-Compassion and Treating Ourselves with Kindness
Seven Practices to Grow Resilience
Expanding our Resilience
Growing a Sustainable Well-being plan
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