New Dates--Resilence Series
Join us for NWSC’s Adult SEL Professional Development Series!
Presented by Kathy Magnusson of Wildewood Learning, this four part series is designed for any adult in these trying times. Build your resilience through strategies and find the support you need to navigate the stress of your surroundings.
March 24 3:30--4:30 pm. Discover Your Core Values – Resilience can come from knowing your values. Identifying your values will help you to navigate changes and determine your priorities. In this session, you will be identifying your top core values so you can use those values to set priorities in your life.
April 14 3:30--4:30 pm Emotional Intelligence for Workplace - Emotions play essential roles in how you respond to stress. In this session, you will develop strategies to identify and respond to strong emotions. Plus, look at how to handle situations that are not within your control. When you can better understand and name your emotions, then your stress is reduced.
April 28 3:30-4:30 pm Optimism in this Time – Our thoughts can be the driver of our stress. In this session, you will be identifying your pattern of thinking that can lead to optimism and develop strategies to combat unhelpful thoughts. When you create empowering beliefs you, see the positives in your life.
May 5 3:30-4:30 pm Switching to Strengths – When you bring attention to our strengths, skills, and assets, your confidence levels increase. In this session, you will identify your strength and learn ways to identify the strengths of others. Find out more about the brain science behind strengths and using the science to create positive moments. When you know your strengths, you feel more empowered to influence your surroundings.
- $99 per participant for the series (includes all 4 sessions)
- Sessions will be presented virtually via Zoom.
- For added scheduling flexibility, sessions are recorded and can be accessed after the live event.
- Recordings of the sessions will be available until the end of May 2021.
About the Presenter:
Kathy Magnusson, M. Ed., owner of Wildewood Learning, has over 25 years of experience working with adults and youth. Kathy taught for ten years as a middle and high school science teacher and has a Masters of Education from the University of Minnesota. Plus, she holds certifications as an ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Interface presenter and Strengths Communicator.
Kathy develops tailored professional development opportunities for teachers and youth professionals that will support them in fostering skills for resilience in youth. She helps educators cultivate their own social and emotional learning skills to create positive relationships with learners, creating a ripple effect that changes the process of learning for all. Learn more about Wildewood Learning's services at https://wildewoodlearning.com/