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Address Pandemic-Related Concerns, Prevent Burnout, Improve Coping Skills and Support Struggling Students and Staff
Staff and faculty members are spent. And it is certainly no surprise that our students are struggling. They’ve been through a trying, exhausting time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Staff and faculty members are contending with chronic post-COVID stress, burnout, compassion fatigue and other mental health realities that have been wearing away at them, leaving them depleted and struggling to cope.
At the same time, our students work to re-engage, contend with trauma, manage intense emotions and explore their own resilience, but they’ve been pressure-cooked by the pandemic, race relations and other current realities.
The realities of our collective trauma need immediate attention – to do right by our faculty and staff and the students they serve.
That’s why we’ve developed the Mental Health and Well-Being Workshops Training Package. These 20 workshops — 10 for faculty and staff and 10 for students — are ready to present to your faculty, staff and students, in language and actions that fit their experiences and emotional needs. Offer your staff, faculty and students real-life coping mechanisms they can put into practice.
Plus, your campus site license allows you to digitally share any of the 20 workshops in online forums, too.
Each of the modules within each of these 120+ page resources can be used to present a 45- to 60-minute training workshop in whatever format best serves your audience. Or, pieces of it can be used in smaller segments to meet your audience’s individual needs.
Topics covered in the 10 Student Mental Health and Well-Being Workshops Training Guide include:
- Building Resilience
- Facing Emotional Exhaustion and Depletion
- Setting Boundaries
- Remembering Your “Why”
- Managing Social Anxiety
- Practicing Emotional Self-Management
- Refocusing in Times of Change
- Making and Maintaining Social Connections
- Getting Unstuck
- Dealing with Intense Emotions
Topics covered in the 10 Staff and Faculty Mental Health and Well-Being Workshops Training Guide include:
- Contending with Chronic Stress
- Handling Burnout and Compassion Fatigue
- Coping with the Reality of Increased Emotional Labor/Care Work
- Engaging in Rest and Recovery Efforts
- Supporting Colleagues Facing Pandemic Stress and Systemic Racism/Bias
- Practicing Emotional Self-Management
- Addressing Languishing and Finding Flow
- Engaging in Healthy, Enduring Behaviors Rather Than Soothing Behaviors
- Refocusing and Practicing Attention Management
- Re-engaging with Your Purpose
Use the tangible training tools inside 10 Staff and Faculty Mental Health and Well-Being Workshops Training Guide and 10 Student Mental Health and Well-Being Workshops Training Guide to help improve faculty, staff and students’ coping skills while decreasing their possibility of burnout.
Within the 20 workshop modules, you’ll find…
- An overview of the topic, filled with research, best practices and more that trainers can use to present the topic in a high-quality, comprehensive manner
- Handouts with key information to share
- Interactive worksheets, discussion questions and self-work to engage learners
- Talking points and a sample workshop agenda that tie the information to all the supporting pieces
Your purchase also includes a site license to share with your campus community — perfect for your remote training initiatives!
Two Versions to Choose From
Printed with Digital Download – includes a printed copy of each of these two training guides as well as digital access to the enclosed materials via a password-protected website and accompanying license to share with your campus community. Price includes shipping fee.
- Digital Download Only – includes digital access to the materials in both resources and accompanying license to share with your campus community.
Upon purchase, the instructions for downloading this resource will be immediately available. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-295-0505.