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PDG Webinar 3- Sheila Sweeney - Shared screen with speaker view
heather osland
08:23
hi
Briana Lagoon
11:47
Hi Lauren, does the training tonight go onto our develop account? Or do you happen to know if this course is credible for our required training requirements.
Lauren Moberg
13:38
Briana, unfortunately this training has not been Develop-approved since it is free and was planned as a spontaneous pop-up; however, eventually the modules that are a part of the toolkit will be Develop-approved and something you can obtain credit for. :) Thanks!
Briana Lagoon
14:28
Sounds good! Thank you!
Kimberly Krause
22:21
sorry cant do this tonight just found out my nieces husband passed away today just cant focus on me for now
Amy Marine
42:57
Someone who truly listens without trying to "fix" me.
Jessica Ventura-Ewing (she/her)
43:04
to allow myself the space to feel my own emotions related to my work, family, and pandemic
Tiffany Grant
43:05
validation, its ok to have a different view/ opinion/past.
15072
43:18
I need a safe space to be held. I need to have a sense of trust with the people I am with to be held.
Kimberly Giertz
43:24
Sometimes in order for me to feel heard I need to see someone listening without talking.
Devon Amundson
43:25
Someone to listen and not try solve - just listen. Sometimes thinking out loud to someone else is all I need.
Jennifer Donahue
43:29
Someone to listen and support each other on the team.
Kelly Fagen
43:29
Heard-active listening
Amy Marine
43:30
Sit in the quiet to reflect about the day - without distractions
Deb Trcka
43:31
yoga classes, exercise/dance classes, sewing workshops, quilt classes, painting classes, patio pot planting classes...
Kandi Danielson
43:41
I feel heard when I can talk to my co-worker and she just listens. She doesn't try to "fix" it, she just listens
Tracy Galatz
43:54
Learning the importance of the pause- to not have to have the answer at that very second
Rachel Hauschildt
44:00
Emotional connection and to know that others don’t have it all figured out and that I can come back from this
Lisa Yurrick
44:59
Meditation in my faith, and having someone sit with me and not have to talk.
forionzi
45:30
I need someone who can identify with me
forionzi
49:52
Acknowledge that inequity must begin to end
Kimberly Giertz
57:30
I'm learning that I need to schedule "me time" every day
Audrey
57:31
Do you have any recommendations for teens
Cheryl L
57:37
Mindful moments are powerful pauses. I like noticing nature and mindful eating to help slow down and manage stress.
Rachel Hauschildt
57:37
How do we break down the culture that makes putting self care to the side a badge of honor?
Parker Deen
57:41
This is so helpful. It’s making me really that I haven’t been taking any time to stop, pause and breathe. Thank you.
Deb Trcka
57:47
Thank you, very helpful!
Jessica Ventura-Ewing (she/her)
57:56
I love the reminder of our ability to return to routine and tools that have helped in the past. I just recently came across multiple art journals from years past and am now feeling inspired to start that practice again
Tiffany Grant
58:01
Thank you so much for the opportunity to reflect on the things we have all gone through this last year. It has been a lot.
15072
58:42
Thank you. Taking time, allowing for the pause, so important.
Amy Marine
58:49
Thank you for reminding us just how important it is to pause...especially throughout the workday...take time to pause...breathe...and reflect. I'm going to work on this for myself.
Rachel Hauschildt
59:09
How do we break down the culture that makes putting self care to the side a badge of honor?
sheryl warner
01:00:50
Self compassion is the beginning of offering compassion to others.
Erin Wirtz
01:01:20
Taking time to pause and breathe can be so difficult when I feel like the 'mental load' is constantly weighing me down. Do you have tips on how to share that mental load? (with our partner or colleague)
kholte
01:01:40
How does a staff mend & move forward from a restructuring & differing ideas with a director
Jennifer Donahue
01:01:43
Self care for me is taking breaks when needed, reflect on feelings or stressors, and deep breathing. Exercise has helped me decrease with stress That is very true we can't help others if we are not ok..
Jennifer Engesser
01:02:06
Thanks for the reminder to pause throughout the day. I have not always filled my cup and I have tried to give from an empty cup and realized that does not work so I know I need to take care of myself to be able to take care of others.
Tracy Galatz
01:03:05
The importance to reflect on your day or even a meeting- the importance of being preset
Nadia Higgins
01:04:02
I’m looking for ways to ritualize self-care, so it becomes a habit done even during difficult times
Audrey
01:06:42
We use oils and massage, and have a walking “circle” we call the mighty mile. We use it to get emotions out, or peaceful. My younger teen found painting as her relaxing point. Older teen is adjusting to college. As myself I find myself watching sunsets and mowing grass or “walking my snowblower” as the kids say.
Rachel Hauschildt
01:07:35
This is so very helpful and appreciate the guided reflection!
Nadia Higgins
01:07:40
Thank you!
Jennifer Donahue
01:07:41
Thank you so much
Amy Marine
01:07:46
Thank you!!!
Kandi Danielson
01:07:48
Thank you
Melissa West Central
01:07:50
thank you!!
Tiffany Grant
01:07:50
thank you so much
Dawn Block
01:07:52
Thank you!
Cheryl L
01:07:53
Thank you Dr. Sweeney! Great reminders for us all.
Bobbi
01:07:53
Thank you
Lynn
01:07:54
Thank you!
sfrench
01:07:55
Great Session!!!!
LaSonda Moore
01:08:00
Thank you!
sheryl warner
01:08:00
Thank you!
Sheila
01:08:03
Thank you all so much!!!!!!!
Audrey
01:08:04
Thank you 🙏
elizabeth criswell
01:08:05
Thank you so much, Dr. Sweeney! So helpful!
Lisa Maschino
01:08:07
Thank you!
heather osland
01:08:07
thank you you are amazing 💖
forionzi
01:08:08
Thank you very much!