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Building a Culture of Wellness: Supporting Teachers’ Mental Health (for Admin)
Are you an administrator who desires to maximize your faculty’s capacity to meet the demands of teaching, support the needs of students and parents, and get to strong academic outcomes? This training is for you! In it, we will unpack all the goods on how to build and sustain a culture that cares for and supports your and your teachers’ mental health and wellness. This is fundamental to a healthy, vital culture and long-term success!

Objectives:
1. Explore different factors that adversely affect administrator and teacher mental health in the school setting
2. Learn important strategies for supporting administrator & teacher mental health and overall wellness
3. Create a campus “wellness” plan for use throughout the school year


July 13 | 3:30 - 4:45 PM CST

Registration fee: $40

Recording: Registrants will have access to the recording(s), valid for one week after the scheduled date.

Jul 13, 2021 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Vickie Echols, M.Ed.
Teacher Trainer @Momentous Institute
Vickie has served over three decades in the field of education as a teacher, campus administrator and director of communication in Texas schools. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree and teaching certificate in Elementary Education from Texas A&M University, Vickie earned a master’s degree from James Cook University in Australia supported by the Rotary International Fellowship program.
Tina Robertson, LCSW
Director of Clinical Training @Momentous Institute
Tina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and joined Momentous Institute in January 2016. Her previous experience includes 20 years of work in the mental health field through various direct practice, community outreach and organizational leadership roles. She received her bachelor’s degree in English/Political Science from Jarvis Christian College and her master’s degree in social work from University of Texas-Arlington.