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Guided Imagery in the Classroom: Theory, Benefits and Practical Application

Oct 29, 2019 jjamison

Good afternoon,

In partnership with the British Columbia Northern Health Authority, Rosy Window Productions has developed, Guided Imagery in the Classroom: Theory, Benefits and Practical Application, a course for educators and support staff.  This course was so well received in school districts across Northern BC that we are reaching out to districts Canada-wide to offer this free mental health resource

This, work at your own pace, on-line course was designed to introduce the positive impact of guided imagery, and share practical application strategies for the school setting. Educators and school staff will learn how to help students move to a state of calm and focus, build self-esteem and self-worth, practice emotional self-regulation and care, and develop a positive and grateful outlook on life.

For more information or to access this training please visit,  https://courses.rosywindow.com.  

Attached is a quick, one page, information printable to assist in sharing this learning opportunity with colleagues and staff.

If you would like further information or have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at educ@rosywindow.com

Sincerely,

Megan Knott & Bev Berg

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Education Department 


Rosy Window Productions

Box 6486,

Fort St. John, BC. V1J 4H9 

Canada

 

Phone: (250)264-2904

Email: educ@rosywindow.com

Website: rosywindow.com

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