Our Mental Health

5 Things to Know

  • Starts Nov 10
  • 15 US dollars
  • CCSD's Fremont Building

Available spots


Service Description

Mental health continues as the #1 topic of interest among educators after two years of personal and professional life during the pandemic. Experts in mental health have totally missed the mark. You cannot wait until there are symptoms to recognize. The factor that matters most for mental health is to protect it before it wanes. Forget everything you knew. There are 5 things in our daily lives that sustain the energy that drives our mental health. • Hands-on is non-negotiable • Flow is why we have feelings of satisfaction • Real is always the best practice • Identify a problem that’s personal • Use what fires you up; it’s contagious The problem: Our most common, everyday behaviors threaten our mental health. Simple things like flipping on a light switch can put you at risk for disease and addictive behaviors. Light lowers our defense against properties that trigger anxiety and depression. You must know the science behind it, or putting down a phone and closing the electronic devices will never happen. Kim Bevill is a highly respected keynote speaker, staff developer, and owner of Grey Matters. She taught History and IB Psychology at Littleton High School for 14 years. She recently authored the book, The Ten Things: A Guide To Your Brain. Participants in her workshops consistently report feeling renewed passion, purpose, and inspiration.


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

  • 14603 East Fremont Avenue, Centennial, CO, USA

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    reccsmemberinfo@reccs.org