SEL for Educators in Uncertain Times (Online)

Mar 24, 2020 4:00PM—5:00PM





In these times of uncertainty and change, anxiety and stress are normal. The goal of this online workshop is not to get rid of these emotions but to work with them gracefully and skillfully. In this interactive session, we will address some simple and specific strategies for remaining grounded in the presence of upheaval. There will be time set aside to address specific questions related to the challenges you are facing.

We encourage all administrators, staff and faculty to join us. There is no cost to participate, but space is limited.


Dave Mochel has been studying the practices and principles of mindfulness, well-being, and leadership for more than thirty years. After a career teaching neuroscience, human development, and physics in independent schools, he founded Applied Attention Coaching and Consulting. Dave combines modern science, enduring wisdom, and real-life application to help individuals, teams, and leaders focus their attention and energy where it will make the greatest positive difference. In addition, he is a lecturer in The School of Health and Human Performance at Stanford University, the author of Good Life Practice: A Quick Start Guide to Mindful Self-Regulation, a two-time cancer survivor, and the proud father of two wonderful young men. Dave has degrees in biology and geology from Williams College, a Master’s in Humanistic and Multicultural Education from SUNY New Paltz, and a clinical internship in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) from the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.