From Helpless to Wholeness: A Team-Centered Approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing
No CEUs available are available for this webinar.
As the emotional toll of the pandemic deepens, schools must continue to prioritize the health and wellbeing of their students. Effective mental health management requires a holistic approach that empowers every student to address stress, anxiety and other concerns with greater connection, compassion and communication.
In this interactive and evidence-based webinar, you’ll gain practical and powerful tools to help students manage their mental health and wellbeing. Drawing on life-enhancing principles of positive psychology, you’ll learn how the three R’s – reflection, reframing and reaching out – allow students to gain perspective and control through self-guided and department-based support. Learn proven practices that create wholeness and happiness while activating the brain’s resilience-building capabilities. Adopt “right now” strategies to destigmatize mental health and provide workable solutions for students and their families.
From learning how to spot warning signs to forging closer bonds, this training offers a road map for building support channels, managing stress, boosting optimism and maintaining emotional health – creating the kind of resilient, compassionate and productive school environments where everyone thrives.
- Develop an integrated, proactive approach to help students manage stress, anxiety and loneliness.
- Create a school-embedded support network to increase connection and caring.
- Provide powerful, research-supported resources that promote self-care and wholeness.
In “The FeedbackFix,” Joe presents a bold alternative to traditional feedback techniques and performance management practices. He’s shared that message as a TEDx and international keynote speaker with executives at PepsiCo, GameStop, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Fresenius, members of the U.S. armed forces, and close to 10,000 others across three continents. He’s worked with school leaders at the state and local level and has partnered with dozens of superintendents, ESCs and local school boards to improve student success with a strengths-based, forward-looking view of feedback.
When Joe isn’t sharing thought leadership in outlets like Harvard Business Review, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal or Educational Leadership, he’s probably doing something outdoors with his wife and four boys or hosting his popular podcast, “I Wish They Knew.” He lives (actually) in Maryland and (virtually) at www.joehirsch.me.
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