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Dimensions to Wellness: Self-Care for Educators
5.0 (4 Reviews)
January 24, 2024 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

Dimensions to Wellness: Self-Care for Educators


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About This Webinar

Join AFT’s Share My Lesson for this free, for-credit webinar to support your health and well-being, part of our 2024 Wellness Series

Dimensions to Wellness is a valuable and research-based training program designed to cater to the holistic well-being of educators. This  webinar is a unique opportunity for educators to explore and enhance their mental, physical, and emotional health.

During this hour-long session, participants will delve into their own self-care practices, gaining insights to become more intentional about their wellness journey. The program covers a range of topics, including an assessment of current health, understanding circadian rhythms, exploring eight wellness indicators and their impact on overall well-being, and even delving into the concept of chakras.

This comprehensive approach empowers educators to prioritize self-care and foster a healthier and more balanced lifestyle, ultimately benefiting both themselves and their students. Don't miss out on this chance to focus on your well-being and embark on a path to a more fulfilling and healthier life.

Note: Each webinar in this Wellness Series is a stand-alone professional development webinar; you can watch one or all and in any particular order that suits your needs. Register now.


Casey Collins, teacher and member of the Washington Teachers’ Union and the AFT.

A native of Princeville, N.C., Dr. Casey L. Collins earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and PE from Gardner-Webb University in 2004. After two years of teaching, she decided to attend North Carolina Central University where she earned her Master’s in Physical Education in 2008. Due to her innate desire to learn and facilitate the learning process for others, Dr. Collins decided to attend Gardner-Webb University for a second time. While at Gardner-Webb, she obtained her Doctorate of Education in Curriculum & Instruction with a completed dissertation entitled Constructing an Educational Equity Matrix and Survey For Schools in a Metropolitan County in North Carolina.

Professional Credit

Share My Lesson webinars are available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

In addition, Share My Lesson has arrangements in place as follows:




January 24, 2024
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4 Reviews
Dimensions to Wellness Self care for Educators on demand webinar
The video stopped counting the minutes to completion of presentation at 25 minutes. I never got the 2nd poll question and the video started over, in the middle of the webinar, with the introduction but the time stayed stuck on 25 minutes. I would have liked to have the certificate to submit for PD points. This is the second time an on demand webinar has done this to me, today. (4/12/2024)
April 12, 2024
Self Care webinar was very engaging and informative last night.
Going to practice some suggestions.
January 25, 2024
I enjoyed this webinar. It was very informative with a lot of interaction.
Tiffany S.
January 24, 2024
I found the resources to be very uplifting and encouraging. I practice some of the strategies, but after today's session, I will apply more to my repertoire. Dr. Collins is very engaging!
January 24, 2024