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Thu, 23 May

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Pentagon Early learning centre

Teaching self-care: practical strategies for teacher well-being and empowerment

When you teach from the heart, it requires your full energy and focus. If you are finding there are days that are taking more than you can give, this workshop is for you. We provide practical strategies for managing stress and overwhelm. Identifying what helps us thrive instead of just cope.

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Teaching self-care: practical strategies for teacher well-being and empowerment
Teaching self-care: practical strategies for teacher well-being and empowerment

Time & location

23 May 2019, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Pentagon Early learning centre, 25 Tamahere Dr, Tamahere, Hamilton 3283, New Zealand

Event details

When you teach from the heart, it requires your full energy and focus. If you are finding there are days that are taking more than you can give, this workshop is for you. We provide practical strategies for managing stress and overwhelm. Identifying what helps us thrive instead of just cope. A practical approach to self-care that can fit into the already busy lives that most ECE teachers have!

Teacher burnout and turnover is at an all-time high. We also know children in New Zealand are experiencing high rates of anxiety and stress. So how do we teach the importance of self-care, when we aren’t experiencing it ourselves? Come and join us as we share refreshments, tools, resources and inspiration.

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  • Ticket + Awesome inc goodies

    A single ticket + a goodie bag including a mini gratitude journal from Awesome inc.

    $45.00

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Food Tree events are hosted by

Rachael Wilson

Paediatric Dietitian,
Family Feeding Specialist

Rachael is a paediatric dietitian and family feeding specialist with a wide variety of experience and skills. Trained in SOS feeding therapy, Rachael is one of only 7 people worldwide selected by the Ellyn Satter institute in the USA to become one of their affiliate child feeding specialists.

She has a background in mindfulness and intuitive eating and is trained in mindful eating through The Centre for Mindful Eating and has undergone training in responsive feeding therapy, eating disorders and body image.

Don't miss out!

Here's what other parents are saying...

"Brilliant talk. So interesting and all of what was said makes perfect sense. Highly recommend"

"I learned so much from the presentation! Thank you. I am much more relaxed when it meal time now and my kids have become much easier to feed."

Isabelle Vincent

"I’m a huge fan of The Food Tree and their approach to mindful eating practices with children. They’re informative, knowledgeable, helpful and gentle. I’ve been to a few of their workshops now, and each time I come away with new tools on how to create a positive experience for children at meal times."

Gemma Vergo

"If you have the opportunity to attend one of their seminars, do it!!"

"Evidence-based, practical and empathetic advice that has helped our family relax at meal times, highly recommend!"

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