“Care 4 You” Days: Wellness Opportunities for staff on PD Days
We coordinate wellness activities for staff on Professional Development days to help support Compassion Resilience and self-care as part of Trauma-Informed and Social-Emotional care and learning. Simply let us know how much time you have and any special requests or requirements, then we’ll organize the rest to show your staff that they have permission to take care of themselves. Since we’re taking care of it all, the administration staff are free to become role models for their staff by engaging in the activities as well.
Supporting the Culture of Well-Being (for Leaders)
The culture of wellness in a building is often a direct result of how the leadership views the importance of well-being. Well-being affects burnout, job performance, turnover, engagement, and more in your organization. In this workshop, leaders will learn how to model and support wellness for their staff and students to enhance the culture of their buildings.
Steeping Wellness offers a variety of workshops to bring practical, research-based practices to your classroom, school, and district. From our experience, these featured topics create the highest impact on school wellness and the mental well-being of your staff*:
- The Power of Positive Thoughts & the Impact on Mental Health
- Increasing Movement in Your Workday
- Self-Care for the Educator: The importance of taking time for you and how to make it happen
- Active Classrooms for Better Learners
- Morning Mindfulness Program
* More topics are available upon request.
For more information on these workshops and others, or to build a customized workshop for your staff, contact us.
Packages are available for you to choose one, two, or three programs over the course of the school year. Receive a bonus of 50 Wellness Inspiration Brochures when you book three professional development workshops.
“My first interaction with Kalise was on my first day at GCMS. Every contact I have with her has been like the first, full of enthusiasm for whatever she is up to and done so with a sense of pride and professionalism. I am proud to say I worked alongside Kalise, who does whatever it takes to help students, staff and families become better people in our community.”