Using 

(not abusing)

Your

Inside Voice

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Learning Objectives

  • Explore how caring for your mental health allows you, as a teacher, to engage in ethical care for your students. 

  • Learn how to restory negative self-thought patterns that produce anxiety, overwhelm, and negative rumination,

  • Explore the top 10 stress-producing thoughts of teachers, and learn how to name and notice your producing thoughts,

  • Learn about the 4 core elements of positive and healthy self-talk through the practice of self-compassion,

  • Learn how to transform negative self-talk into mental resilience and increased self-efficacy through the C.A.R.E cycle,

  • Extend and add to your Present Teacher Practice Plan for your MENTAL Health & Immunity.

Stress-Producing Self-Talk 

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Self-Compassion

STRESS REDUCING Self-Talk 

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Self-Compassion

MINDFUL SELF- AWARENESS vs

OVER-IDENTIFICATION 

Self-Compassion

"I AM NOT ALONE."

vs. 

PERSERVATING ON IMPERFECTION

Self-Compassion

PERFECTIONISM IS NOT REALISTIC or HELPFUL

Self-Compassion

CHOOSING TO BE KIND TO THE SELF vs SELF-JUDGMENT

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Self-Care

MENTAL IMMUNITY

Practice Plan

Step 1: Perseverate on the Positive

Practice "Hardwiring Happiness" by Dr. Hanson

Step 2: Intentional Self-Compassion

Practice the C.A.R.E Cycle with moments of suffering 

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