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Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers

Dr. Adam Saenz
Dr. Adam Saenz
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 11 Jun 2014
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Last updated: 21 Mar 2021

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Kelsey Davila (5 Mar 2021)
Good energy and informative
Mrs luz llanos (22 Feb 2021)
it help me to handle the energy for stress in good way.
Brandi Schwertner (11 Feb 2021)
My hope for this course was to walk away feeling lighter with some great tips on self-care, but instead the presenter shared so many negative reasons why someone might need to disengage that I'm now feeling anxious. It was rather vitriolic, IMO.

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Educators are nurturers. Any good nurturer is likely to consider the needs of others above their own needs. That's certainly admirable, but if left unchecked, self-neglect could lead to chronic stress and eventual burnout. Are you loving yourself as well as you love those around you? This webinar was created to give you a better understanding of what a healthy you should look like-occupationally, emotionally, spiritually, financially and physically. You will also receive practical strategies to increase well-being in each of those areas.

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Participants will understand the relationship between self-care and professional effectiveness.
Participants will understand what it means to be well occupationally, emotionally, financially, spiritually and physically.
Participants will be offered practical strategies to increase well-being.
Dr. Adam Saenz

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Dr. Adam Saenz
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Dr. Saenz earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology from Texas A&M University. He completed his predoctoral clinical training under a fellowship appointment to Harvard Medical School, and he has a postdoctorate in clinical psychology from the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Saenz also earned a Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling from Graduate Theological Foundation with residency at the Christ Church college of Oxford University.

Dr. Saenz currently serves as the clinical director of the Brazos Valley Counseling and Assessment Clinic, which he founded in 2003.

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Kelsey Davila (5 Mar 2021)
Good energy and informative
Mrs luz llanos (22 Feb 2021)
it help me to handle the energy for stress in good way.
Brandi Schwertner (11 Feb 2021)
My hope for this course was to walk away feeling lighter with some great tips on self-care, but instead the presenter shared so many negative reasons why someone might need to disengage that I'm now feeling anxious. It was rather vitriolic, IMO.

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