Anxiety is an adaptive response to real or perceived danger. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty in both personal and professional aspects of our day to day and future routines. While anxiety is a normal and expected reaction to the pandemic, too much anxiety may cause harm and take a toll on one’s mental health and well-being. Educators, understandably are concerned about the uncertainty surrounding a return to learning environments and may be struggling with keeping worries — both their students and their own — at bay. This one hour webinar will explore strategies for navigating the changes that educators face with greater ease while providing tips and tools to support their psychological well-being during these uncertain times.