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A Trusted Space, Redirecting Grief to Growth: Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First

Subject Health and Wellness — Mental, Emotional and Social Health, Social Emotional Learning
Grade Level Adult Education, Professional Development, Paraprofessional and School Related Personnel
Resource Type

Attribution Non-commercial NoDerivative



Join Lori Woodley, Founder and CEO of All It Takes, for this special message to educators. 

Available on Demand

The film, A Trusted Space, Redirecting Grief to Growth is a unique and powerful respite for educators. Acknowledging teachers for their value, the unparalleled year they are having, and the extraordinary heart and effort they offer our most precious population, this film and discussion will fill your bucket and offer hope, while empowering self-care. As a gentle reminder, putting your oxygen mask on first is critical so that you are able to put them on the kids you serve.

Following the film, the producers will be joined by teachers from the film to answer your questions and talk about your concerns and victories. This time is for you, and it will elevate you as you continue to navigate this uncharted year.


Note: NOT available for credit.

Also Register for Woodley's Session on building SEL muscles here.

Part of the Health and Wellness Series. Register for all sessions now.

On Demand version is available in closed captioning in English and Spanish.

Original Air Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020



2 Reviews
Thank you for your feedback.
December 20, 2020
Thank you for your feedback.
Thank you for your feedback. We can not hear each other and grow through and beyond the current challenges if we are finger pointing. I hope the you are accessing the curriculum also, it is another free resource that comes from the same perspective in tangible, relevant ways.
December 20, 2020
This really touched my heart.
This really touched my heart. Sometimes you need reassurance and to know you are not alone.
November 20, 2020
it was actually refreshing to
it was actually refreshing to hear people discuss the current conditions in a proactive manner with out pointing finger and blaming others.
November 19, 2020

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