Workshop Information - This is a workshop for educators to understand and address anger, anxiety, and avoidance behaviors; and, it provides tools to encourage positive behavior.
Restorative Practices Toolkit - This toolkit provides intentional, inclusive conflict resolution resources.
Niroga Dynamic Mindfulness
Training information - This training is trauma-informed. It provides educator stress, anger, anxiety management, enhances educator sustainment, enables positive classroom climate creation, and encourages students to be more focused and engaged with emotional self-regulation practices.
Project Information – This program provides information on children’s mental health, trauma-informed classrooms, Trauma 102, youth suicide prevention, and self-care for educators.
Program Information – This program is for educators, students, and peers. It aims for a cultural shift in schools towards restorative practices, and addresses underlying issues that cause certain behaviors.
Peer mediation is a voluntary process in which a student trained as a neutral third party helps other students in conflict get clear about their concerns, better understand one another, and come to a mutual agreement about how they want to handle their issues (University of Maine)
Available programming includes:
The South Carolina Education Association Center for Educator Wellness and Learning
This is a NEA-Affiliate program aiming to improve educators’ wellness and provide education on mental health best practices.
It includes a series of online webinars to learn about specific topics around trauma, wellness, social justice, and more. They provide a unique in-person, immersive retreat option in the Carolinas on “Educator Renewal”.
SAMHSA Mental Health for Educators Page
This page outlines tools, plans, and resources for educators to help themselves and the students they interact with on a daily basis.
Onward – Cultivating Emotional Resilience
This book comes highly recommended from educators and staff on learning applicable resilience skills. There is a supporting website, and a workbook that can be purchased to work with as you read the book.
Teach.com Mental Health Resource Page
This landing page provides fifty resources including webpages, apps, podcasts, books, support groups, and more for educator mental health.