Educator Well-Being Part V

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Educators have stressful moments throughout the day. Explore more practices that you can incorporate into your acute self-care plan to build your educator resiliency. As your toolbox expands with strategies, you can take care of your emotions as they happen. You can develop strategies so that your body is not holding on to stress, and you can feel better.

Learning Objectives

  • Try the Quiet, Safe Place strategy.
  • Learn more about the Butterfly Hug.
  • Explore Tapping or Emotional Freedom Technique.

About the Author

Christy Anana

Christy Anana

Christy Lynn Anana, M.Ed., NBCT, RYT, is a national board certified school counselor, registered yoga teacher, and author of 3 books: I Can Feel Better: A Tapping Story, and A Finder of Lost Things, and Five Best Days to Runaway. She is passionate about learning new ways to help people let go of stress and trauma. She uses yoga, mindfulness, tapping, EMDR, and Rainbow Dance as ways to promote self-regulation, attachment, and competency. She is continuously looking for ways to help people do their best, make good friends, and have room in their bodies for happy feelings/thoughts. Christy was named 2015 Washington School Counselor of the Year.

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