Staff and teacher wellbeing remains a high priority for many schools, but finding simple and effective cost-effective ways to improve teacher wellbeing can be challenging. This FREE positive psychology based workshop explores how self-compassion can support schools to improve staff and teacher wellbeing as part of ongoing stress reduction work.Register Now Register Now
Positive psychology is the science of wellbeing. An effective approach to improving staff and teacher wellbeing is Self-compassion. Self-compassion involves responding in the same supportive and understanding way you would with a good friend when you have a difficult time, face challenges or notice something you don’t like about yourself. There are three elements which comprise self-compassion: Self-kindness vs. self-judgment, common humanity vs. isolation, and mindfulness vs. over-identification.
This practical workshop led by Teacher and Positive Psychologist Hannah Dunn shares how self-compassion can be applied by teachers and school staff to manage the stress and pressure of working in education. Join the live session and gain practical tips, tools and wellbeing strategies that encourage you or your team to become more compassionate to themselves or others.
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Based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, Hannah originally worked with looked-after children in residential settings before qualifying as a teacher. Now a highly experienced teacher of A-level Psychology, Hannah is passionate about positive psychology, people and education.READ MORE
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