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Step out of the noisy spaces and receive daily invitations to remind you of your amazing humanness.

There has never been a time in history when we have felt such overwhelming stress, burnout, and exhaustion. All of my work serves to support the sustainable well-being and self-compassion of educators and caregivers.

CHECK OUT MY BOOK:

Self-Compassion for Educators:
Mindful Practices to Awaken Your Well-Being and Grow Resilience.

This book will help you develop greater compassion for yourself and others so you can reduce feelings of shame, criticism, and self-doubt and build resiliency inside and outside the classroom.

self-compassion for educators

There has never been a time in history when educators have felt such overwhelming levels of stress, burnout, and exhaustion. This book serves to support the sustainable wellbeing and self-compassion of educators

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Lisa is available for customized presentations around deepening mindful self-compassion in schools and Mindfulness for Educators programs.

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I’ve created a worksheet to help to focus you to ask deeper questions that bring about more belonging and community.

Educators work tirelessly to support students in our classrooms, often forgetting or neglecting to take care of ourselves in the process. We suffer from burnout and easily become overwhelmed beneath the weight of our responsibilities.

As an educator, Lisa helps support you to build resiliency, awaken wellbeing and feel in control of both your life and classroom.

From the Blog

Dr. Chris Willard on Mindfulness and Compassion

Dr. Chris Willard on Mindfulness and Compassion

Understanding How to Be Trauma-Informed While Teaching Mindfulness Educators are ready to practice mindfulness and compassion within their classrooms in trauma-informed ways to better support students. Sitting down with my friend, Dr. Chris Willard, to talk about the...

Mindfulness for Educators: Why is it important?

Mindfulness for Educators: Why is it important?

We hear this word all over these days: mindfulness  Be mindful of how you eat.  Be mindful while you drive, brush your teeth, have a shower, walk up the stairs. Our whole life is supposed to be lived in this mindful bliss. Big corporations, hospitals and — more...

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