Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program

Counseling and Wellness Resources

The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program

The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program prioritizes the health and wellness of Chinquapin students, faculty/staff, and families. One of the most beneficial aspects of Chinquapin is the nourishing environment that creates supportive, lasting relationships. The community needs space to grow, learn, and lead in an empathetic way. Social-emotional, mental, and psychoeducational health are all important components of overall wellness. The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program provides sustainable lifelong skills that empower students and create compassionate, engaged, and productive community members.

Chinquapin continues to build and strengthen the mission by focusing on the health and wellness of our community. Instructors have strategically and intentionally redesigned lessons to be student-centered and content-driven. Social-emotional learning (SEL) has always been important but it has been catapulted to the top of every educator’s priority list. Not only is Chinquapin zeroed in on continuing to provide the opportunity for academic success, but we are also supporting our community’s mental health and wellness. Daily check-ins with students, teaching self-advocacy and allowing personal time and space for destressing, and weekly SEL tips to cope with the pandemic are vital to engaging instruction and enhancing relationships.

Instructors and students are dealing with overwhelming thoughts of “Is this working?” and “How will I be able to continue to strive at this pace?” While we are hesitant to move forward when hope seems diminished, reassurance comes with the urgency to press onward in the midst of one of the most emotionally taxing times in our lives.  The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program prioritizes our community members’ health and wellness. We’ve partnered with The Toolkit Project, PLLC, and Baylor College of Medicine to provide full-scale counseling services and workshops for our community. Dr. Mia Johnson leads the newly designed program and offers consultations, individual counseling sessions, assessments, parent conferences, referrals, resources, and faculty/staff professional development. Community meetings with Baylor College of Medicine have been added to provide safe spaces for students to articulate their experiences. Recent topics include emotion regulation, bullying, anxiety in teens, and depression during the pandemic.

The community would not be able to adequately assess our needs without the Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program. All students are eligible to participate and are encouraged to take advantage of this spectacular opportunity. Please register for the program by completing and returning the enclosed consent form.

Interested in helping Chinquapin provide mental health, counseling services, and additional wellness programming for our community? Donate to the Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Fund.


 

El Programa de Bienestar Bob y Maxine Moore

El Programa de Bienestar Bob y Maxine Moore prioriza la salud y el bienestar de los estudiantes, profesores/personal y familias de Chinquapin. Uno de los aspectos más beneficiosos de Chinquapin es el entorno nutritivo que crea relaciones duraderas y de apoyo. Al proporcionar a la comunidad el espacio para crecer, aprender y liderar de manera empática, dice mucho sobre la importancia que las necesidades socio emocionales, mentales y psicoeducativas tienen en el bienestar. El programa de Bienestar Bob y Maxine Moore proporcionará habilidades sostenibles para toda la vida al ofrecer programas que capaciten a los estudiantes y creen miembros de la comunidad compasivos, comprometidos y productivos.

Chinquapin continúa construyendo y fortaleciendo la misión al enfocarse en la salud y el bienestar de nuestra comunidad. Los instructores rediseñan las lecciones de manera estratégica e intencional para que estén centradas en el alumno y basadas en el contenido. El aprendizaje socioemocional (SEL) era importante antes, pero ahora ha sido catapultado a la cima de la lista de prioridades de todos los educadores. Chinquapin no solo se concentra en continuar brindando la oportunidad de éxito académico, sino que también apoyamos la salud mental de nuestra comunidad. Los controles diarios con los estudiantes, la enseñanza sobre la autodefensa y la asignación de tiempo y espacio personal para liberarse del estrés, y los consejos semanales de SEL para hacer frente a la pandemia son vitales para atraer la instrucción y mejorar las relaciones.

Los profesores y los estudiantes están lidiando con pensamientos abrumadores de “¿Está funcionando?” y “¿Cómo podré seguir esforzándome a este ritmo?” Si bien dudamos en seguir avanzando cuando la esperanza parece menguada, la tranquilidad viene con la urgencia de seguir adelante en medio de uno de los momentos más exigentes emocionalmente en nuestras vidas, por lo que hemos implementado un programa de bienestar que destaca la importancia de la salud mental. salud. El Programa de Bienestar Bob y Maxine Moore prioriza la salud y el bienestar de la facultad/personal, los estudiantes y las familias de Chinquapin. Nos hemos asociado con The Toolkit Project, PLLC, y Baylor College of Medicine para brindar servicios de asesoramiento y talleres a gran escala para nuestra comunidad. La Dra. Mia Johnson dirige el programa recientemente diseñado y ofrece consultas, sesiones de consejería individual, evaluaciones, conferencias de padres, referencias, recursos y desarrollo profesional para profesores y personal. Se han agregado reuniones comunitarias con Baylor College of Medicine para proporcionar espacios seguros para que los estudiantes expresen sus experiencias. Los temas recientes incluyen: regulación de las emociones, intimidación, ansiedad en los adolescentes y depresión durante la pandemia de COVID-19.

La comunidad no podría evaluar adecuadamente nuestras necesidades sin el Programa de Bienestar Bob y Maxine Moore. Todos los estudiantes son elegibles para participar y se les anima a aprovechar esta espectacular oportunidad. Regístrese completando y devolviendo el formulario de consentimiento adjunto.

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