Well-being training and TA offers guidance for health professionals, educators
Editors' Note: This story ran in our March newsletter, published March 4.
In light of today's unprecedented mental health needs, our Center is launching a brand new programming area centered around improving the resiliency and well-being of health professionals and educators.
Information about this training and technical assistance is available on our new Professional Well-Being page. The foundation for our programming, as outlined on the web page, is the Adult Resilience Curriculum, a 10-module model rooted in adult positive psychology and organizational well-being theories. ARC is further divided into two tracks: ARC for Educators and ARC for Health Professionals.
Educators might be familiar with ARC through our ongoing webinar series, Well-Being Wednesdays: Taking Care of Educators Who Take Care of Kids. In this monthly series, attendees get a concise (30-minute) walkthrough of each module and walk away with relevant and immediately applicable well-being skills. You can find additional ARC for Educators content on the track's web page.
ARC for Health Professionals contains brand-new products and resources as well as information about soon-to-be released content. You can find out more about this track on March 18, via a free informational webinar, Enhancing Health Professionals’ Well-Being: A Structured Approach Utilizing the Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC). You can register using the link below.
Enhancing Health Professionals’ Well-Being: A Structured Approach Utilizing the Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC)
Join us for an informational 101 on our approach to supporting health care workers: The Adult Resilience Curriculum for Health Professionals.
12-1 p.m. March 18, 2021