The relationship between teaching and physical well-being is a tenuous one at best. Not only do those who suffer from pain and fatigue face extra challenges but teaching in general can cause physical injuries that make the job more difficult.
In this webinar, teachers will hear how general principles of physical wellness apply to their profession, and how to utilize that knowledge in their daily practice.
By attending, you will:
Mental wellness is not the absence of mental illness. It’s about managing our ability to react to the stresses of the world around us; to be able to deal with the challenges life throws our way in a way that doesn’t lead to overwhelm and burnout.
In this webinar, teachers will spend time considering the relationship between teaching and mental health, with a focus on resilience and burnout.
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In communities all across Saskatchewan, teachers inspire kids to learn, discover new talents and passions, and achieve their goals.
In February, we asked Saskatchewan people to share stories about teachers who inspire and did they ever! We received almost 50 amazing stories from every corner of Saskatchewan, and we know these stories are just a drop in the bucket in terms of teachers’ impact.
Often, the first place a lot of us start when looking to improve our well-being is with physical or mental health. But not many of us take into consideration the role that financial well-being plays in our lives. When you’re dealing with financial stress, you’re twice as likely to report poor overall health, four times as likely to suffer from sleep problems, headaches and other illnesses and more likely to experience strain in your personal relationships.
If well-being is a journey, then the STF Member and Family Assistance Plan is your tour guide.
In this webinar, Liz Wright, the STF’s ComsPsych representative, will take you through the ins and outs of the STF’s Member and Family Assistance Plan. Wright will give you an overview of the services the MFAP offers, explain the process for accessing the program and how ComPsych keeps all of your information confidential.
Teachers are so busy taking care of others and don’t often take the time to consider their own wellness.
In this webinar, Wade Repta, an advocate for teacher mental health and well-being, invites teachers to examine wellness through a holistic lens. Participants will learn about the components of the Wellness Wheel and how to map out their place on the wheel.