After over 18 months deep into this global pandemic, many teachers may feel like they are stuck in ‘surviving’ – with ‘thriving’ nowhere in sight. Our teachers have been under immense pressure both in and out of the classroom and overwhelm, mental health problems and finding a work-life balance has been understandably difficult.
Help your staff regain a sense of control with my Workplace Wellbeing Program and give your teams vital tools to help manage everyday triggers and reduce stress.
The Workplace Wellbeing Program is an evidence-based mindfulness program based on somatic approaches – engaging the mind, body, brain and behaviour.
How does it work?
This program teaches the Kiloby Inquiries (KI) which is a set of applied mindfulness techniques supported by the latest evidence on the relationship between trauma and the body and has improved the mental health of thousands of individuals across the world.
With a bottom-up approach, your staff will be able to identify what drives their workplace overwhelm and stress and learn practical and effective tools to process their own work-related issues, negative self-talk and personal problems that feed into the workplace.
How will it help?
Whether it’s managing difficult behaviours in the classroom, having confronting conversations at parent-teacher interviews or tackling report-writing time, your staff will walk away from this program with a direct, practical approach to processing their own emotions, managing everyday triggers and reducing stress.
Workplace Wellbeing will help your staff to:
- Be emotionally available for their students
- Positively collaborate with their colleagues
- Find ways to switch off from work and refresh the mind
- Avoid stress and burning out
- Build productive focus
- Improve staff morale
- Develop better relationships with parents
- Manage student behaviour with a clear mind
- Meet report writing timelines with ease
- Solve professional issues with respect, initiative and innovation
- Increase work success, satisfaction and fulfillment.
This program is delivered in one day, two half days or eight one-hour sessions over one term. You can select the format that is most suitable to your school timetable.
Book Workplace Wellbeing and receive free access to BEYOND BELIEF SELF-STUDY, an online self-paced course for all staff who are looking for additional support to improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Workplace Wellbeing Program Highlights
MENTAL CLARITY IN THE CLASSROOM
Learn about the Kiloby Inquiries, applied mindfulness, the new findings on trauma and the body and how this can support professional performance for staff in schools.
Try natural rest, a simple mindfulness technique that is available to anyone, anywhere to calm the mind, relax the body, regulate the nervous system and prepare staff to listen to and be emotionally available for themselves and those around them.
Identify the root drivers of challenging school issues using the Velcro Effect, Deficiency Stories and the Boomerang and recognise when an issue at school stems from a negative sense of self and core deficiency stories.
Practice Simple Enquiry, Mining, Utility Enquiry and Reverse Enquiry to process thoughts and emotions related to a current issues or challenges from the past.
Develop emotional intelligence, increase interoceptive awareness and experience body intelligence for emotional regulation for self, students and colleagues.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUAL STAFF
One-on-one KI sessions available for staff seeking further support to improve their mental health at an additional cost.
About Bronte Spicer
Qualified teacher, accredited mindfulness teacher
After twenty years of lived experience with depression, I found the missing piece to resilience.
My name is Bronte Spicer, I’m a qualified classroom teacher, mindfulness mentor and certified Kiloby Inquiries Facilitator. I teach everyday people, children, parents and teachers how to increase their resilience, self-esteem and mental health through advanced mindfulness and interoception.
I bring my wisdom and experience from twenty years of lived experience with mental illness, my professional career as a classroom teacher and further study in meditation, advanced mindfulness and nervous system resilience to my workshops.