EAP Wellness Series: Stress Awareness
April 6 - April 20
Duration: 1 hour
Intended Audience: Afterschool Providers, Assessment Staff, Blended Teachers, Counseling Staff, District Leaders, Early Learning Teachers (Birth-5 yrs), Elementary Teachers, ESOL Teachers, GaDOE Staff ALL, Gifted and Talented Teachers, High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches/Coordinators, Mental Health and Wellbeing Specialists, Middle School Teachers, Online Teachers, Paraprofessionals, School Leaders, School Nurses, School Nutrition Staff (school and system level), Social Workers, Special Education Teachers, Special Student Services Staff, State Schools, Teacher Leaders
Georgia Department of Education is providing a free, statewide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for all full-time public-school teachers (including Pre-K teachers) and staff through a partnership with Kepro. Join us for our monthly webinar series on topics related to employee wellness and support.
As educators and servant leaders, we often have a hard time prioritizing our own wellbeing. Mental health is not only a challenge faced by students, but also by colleagues and family members. The following EAP sessions are offered in April.
Session 1, April 6: Effective Stress Management
This session will help participants understand the physical stress responses and difficulties in developing healthy coping strategies, which cause a build-up of stress hormones in our minds and bodies leading to more significant health issues such as burnout and/ or depression.
Session 2, April 18: Unlock the Secret to Financial Wellbeing
This session will help participants through the process of tracking spending so they understand how they currently spend money.
Session 3, April 20: Switching Off-Life Beyond Digital Devices
This session will help participants gain a powerful insight into the true impact of living and working in a reactive, fully connected world.
To report an issue with the event link, please email the event contact.
Primary Contact: Nathifa Carmichael - Nathifa.Carmichael@doe.k12.ga.us
Secondary Contact: Ashley Thompson - email@example.com
DOE Office: Policy, Flexibility & External Affairs
Topics: Mental Health and Wellbeing, Policy/Legal, Staff Wellness
Event Type: Event - Multiday