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Immediate Action Items for Educator Stress and Burnout

Monday, July 17, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

Mental Health & Wellness Week Lunch & Learn Week July 17-21, 2023 12- 1 pm Eastern Time

Presented by Christopher Jenson, M.D., Senior Health Advisor, Educator, Public Speaker, and Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author on School Mental Health

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Drowning in the background of the youth mental health crisis are the front-line caregivers—educators. Their noble pattern of self-sacrifice and serving others has now been compounded with escalating and sometimes unrealistic demands with no clear end in sight. Data demonstrates that the self-care band-aid has not been sufficient.

Dr. Christopher Jenson blends his experience as an emergency medicine physician and high school teacher to develop effective strategies for mitigating career exhaustion and burnout. In this edWebinar, he shares several effective implementations from the world of healthcare that improved working conditions for medical caretakers and scales them appropriately for educators and school operations. Educators will be equipped with specific action items to improve their workflow, career satisfaction, and ability to form professional boundaries, while still meeting the needs of the school and their community.

This edWebinar is of interest to K-12 educators and counselors who want to learn more for their own self-care and for the mental health and wellness of their students.

This edWebinar is part of Mental Health & Wellness Week. Join us for a week of advice, resources, and solutions that address educator and student mental health and wellness.

Christopher JensonAbout the Presenter

Dr. Christopher Jenson proudly served as an emergency medicine physician, CDC Science Ambassador Fellow, and nationally recognized educator before launching into his current passion—designing practical solutions for health-related challenges in schools across the U.S. and Canada. His first book, After the Mask: A Guide to Caring for Students and Schools, peaked at Amazon’s #1 Best Seller and #1 New Release during the summer of 2021, making an impact in both educational and mental-health-related categories. Dr. Jenson recently completed a nationwide study of 34 schools and more than 700 students, assessing the quantitative performance of preventative mental health with secondary students. The escalating health needs in schools have inspired Dr. Jenson to focus on his current passions: creating operational frameworks where teachers can seamlessly embed preventative mental health into the daily classroom experience and implementing specific action items from healthcare to deter educator burnout.

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