Mentorship

Graduating the 200 hour teacher training can feel like a small drop in what will potentially be a long term career. Having a mentor to work with can help to narrow down where there may be gaps, and how to fill them.

I am now offering the opportunity to work one on one with me in either a private setting or via Skype.

Graduating the 200 hour teacher training can feel like a small drop in what will potentially be a long term career. Having a mentor to work with can help to narrow down where there may be gaps, and how to fill them.

I am now offering the opportunity to work one on one with me in either a private setting or via Skype.

What Is Mentorship?

Ultimately, it’s a collaborative relationship where we work on specific goals. Initially, our meeting will be a conversation where we determine what those goals will be.

What Does It Look Like?

In our initial meeting, we will set the frequency of meetings. These can be in person, on the phone, or via video. At the end of each meeting you will have an action plan from where you can begin. The expectation is that this goes at the pace of the student, so if items aren’t complete, there’s no penalty or judgement!

A commitment of 3-6 months is required for mentorship.

Why Work With Me?

At the root of it, I love teaching, coaching and guiding students and teachers. I take a sensitive approach to others, and understand mental health and mental illness in depth. I have been in the “where do i start” and “what now” phases of my career, and if I can help you through that, I will.

Interested? Reach out.

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