At a Glance
In this recorded session you will gain practical ideas to build emotional resilience as ESPs.
- Take responsibility for your emotional well-being in the face of trauma and secondary traumatic stress
- Build emotional resilience to change outcomes for yourself and your students
Developed by: Last Updated: 02/2023
Learn to take responsibility for your emotional well-being in the face of trauma and secondary traumatic stress by cultivating your resilience to better meet student needs. This session is based on Elena Aguilar’s workbook, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators, and will incorporate meaningful exercises you can easily take back to your respective roles and work environments. Self-care is important, whether you are a paraeducator or bus driver. Focus on your own well-being by cultivating resilience to change the outcome for yourself and the students you work with daily.
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- 3 Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Cultivating Healing and Wellbeing Through Social Awareness (Part 5)
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