Teachers live in a world of constant change. This is especially true within a school setting. Teachers frustrated and overwhelmed—does it have to keep getting worse?
- Downsizing and budget cuts – do more with less… and less
- Not enough classroom support – left hanging while still responsible
- Dealing with student behavioral issues under many constraints – and unrelenting pressure to see progress
- New technology to learn and implement – with no time for either
- Money stress – pay cheques used for buying supplies
- No time – no time for family, no time for fun, no time for themself
What would it take to remove the stress from a teacher’s life? What if the answer were easier than you imagined?
The Unique Approach works. The Approach is presented in a way that’s easy to understand. Teachers work things out easily and experience managing effortlessly.
“I’ve been teaching kindergarten for over thirty five years and am close to retirement. I was feeling a lack of patience and tolerance to a larger degree than I’ve ever experienced before. Those feelings were so intense there were days I felt like I could walk out and never go back. After working with Sheila, I felt more relaxed at school and less annoyed and angry over the behaviors typical of five year olds. I also found I was accomplishing more of my school work in less time and reclaimed more time for me. The work with Sheila gives me the confidence and peace of mind I can continue to work happily for the two more years required of me to reach my full retirement pension. Thanks” C.L. Alberta
Teachers can feel energized and joyful again, like they did when they first became a teacher. They can have fun doing what they love.
Open the door to new possibilities today. Contact Sheila to schedule your complimentary 15 minute Quick Shift Session.
Sheila’s group work was a whole new experience. I was so impressed by the difference in how I felt after the series. I was upset on the way in and oh so peaceful on the way out. The best thing is I’m still feeling that peacefulness even when confronted with challenging moments. Thank you Sheila! You are greatly appreciated. ~Vicki Finley