COVID-19 has created an unprecedented amount of uncertainty and challenges in the teaching profession. With unclear procedures and the threat of infection, while still maintaining education standards, it's hard to have the energy to care for someone important: yourself.
We want to help by creating a mental fitness challenge for principals and vice-principals.
Join our 6-week interactive Mental Fitness challenge with our Chief Science Officer, Dr. Andrew Miki. It's free for all OPC members.
The Mental Fitness Challenge includes:
Get the most out of the webinar series with Andrew by registering for Starling Minds' new Mental Fitness program now. Andrew will be walking through the sections of the program that are most relevant and impactful to principals and vice-principals like yourself.
All OPC members can register for this resource with access code OPCMEMBER.
Dr. Andrew Miki
Chief Science Officer, Starling Minds
Dr. Andrew Miki is the Chief Science Officer of Starling Minds and a registered psychologist specializing in neuropsychology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Passionate about laying out an action plan for educators, he works with a team of cognitive behavioural therapy specialists to harness the power of digital to help educators improve their resilience and quality of life.
About Ontario Principals' Council
The Ontario Principals' Council (OPC) is the voluntary, professional association representing practising principals and vice-principals in Ontario's publicly funded schools. The goal of OPC is to provide Members with the professional services and supports they need to provide exemplary leadership in public education.
About Starling Minds
Starling Minds™ is a leading digital mental health platform that empowers organizations to cost-effectively support the wellbeing of their entire workforce. By using self-directed and digitally delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) available on-demand, Starling helps to overcome barriers that prevent most people from seeking mental health support - cost, access, and stigma.