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Staff Mental Health and Well-Being Resources

Coping Wellness promoWe recognize this is a very challenging and uncertain time as our community comes together to respond to the global pandemic of COVID-19. For many of us, that means staying home and practicing social distancing in an effort to flatten the curve. The stark change from our everyday busy and social lives can be disorienting and this new reality may feel overwhelming. Supporting our mental health and well-being during this time is critical.

Looking for direct support? Contact our Employee and Family Assistance Program

Each week, we will focus on a different theme of something to be mindful of or consider during this difficult time. Read past weeks' themes!

Self Care promoTaking care of yourself is an important part of supporting well-being. As we continue to live with the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic, it is important to find ways to nurture and take care of yourself. Sometimes we feel guilty for taking the time to care for/ focus on ourselves. This is a life skill that is helpful for everyone, regardless of age. Taking care of yourself (self-care) can look different for everyone. But in doing so you can improve your energy, find joy, and refocus on what really matters to you. Here are some ideas for you:

  • Find moments of stillness and quiet in your day
  • Move your body
  • Go outside/be in nature
  • Rest when you can and prioritize regular sleep
  • Reflect on what works for you
  • Give yourself permission to focus on your own needs and set boundaries on obligations
  • Find pleasure in things that you like to do
  • Explore new ways to relax and unwind
  • Eat and hydrate when you can to fuel your body and mind
  • Find some time during the day to connect with friends and family


Additional Resources

Resources for Staff

From our Employee and Family Assistance Program provider, Morneau Shepell:

And they also offer a number of valuable articles related to COVID-19, including:

From School Mental Health Ontario:


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To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
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