As schools and school districts strive to foster academic excellence and student achievement, teachers and school leaders often set aside their personal care. However, educator well-being is vital to the health and success of any educational environment.
Many professional women feel immense pressure to manage their own lives, careers, and family. Research has shown that women today are less happy than they have been over the past 40 years. As daughters, sisters, friends, wives, and mothers, there are many responsibilities to be balanced. Unfortunately, most women fail to keep a good balance for themselves, and keep taking from themselves, without giving anything back.
Developed at Massachusetts General Hospital, Think:Kids is an evidence-based, trauma-informed Collaborative Problem Solving approach designed to meet the needs of all children, including those with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges.