Cairn Guidance and the Dove Self-Esteem Project were glad to provide a Lunch ‘n Learn and Theatre sessions at SHAPE America’s 2021 virtual national conference.The Lunch ‘n Learn entitled “Helping Students Navigate Media Literacy” was packed with great information shared by a panel of professionals from around the United States. The panel, led by Cairn Guidance’s Jess Lawrence, included Gavin Washington, a university professor of health and physical education; Missy Smith, an elementary school Read ▸ about The Dove Self-Esteem Project: Helping Students Navigate Media Literacy and Creating a Body Positive Culture
2021 Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainers Cairn Guidance is pleased to introduce the 2021 Dove Self-Esteem Project (DSEP) National Cadre of Trainers. These 25 professionals are located in every region of the United States and represent 25 states. They work in the fields of education at the elementary, middle, high and university levels (health and physical education), school nursing, school counseling, and school social work. Schools, school district offices, state agencies, and Read ▸ about Introducing the 2021 Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainers
Principal Investigator: Marisol Perez, Ph.D., Marisol.Perez@asu.eduProject Coordinator: Taryn Henning, B.S., Thenning14@gmail.comContact us at: AmazingMeProgram@gmail.comWhat is the Amazing Me Program? The Amazing Me Research Study is a partnership between Arizona State University and the Dove Self Esteem Project. Together with teachers, we have developed an evidence-based curriculum to build body confidence and self-esteem, and reduce appearance-related bullying and teasing in 4th Read ▸ about Amazing Me! Research Participants Needed!
Written by Susan E. Elswick EdD, LCSW, LSSW, RPT-S, IMH-E; Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre TrainerSchools are considered programs where multi-systems merge, and each is an integral part of the school environment. Multi-systemic programming includes the school, the home, and the community environments which could include participants such as teachers, administrators, parents/families, and community partners. While working in a multi-systemic model of service delivery, it is important to understand Read ▸ about Interdisciplinary Collaboration in an Academic Setting: Using Dove Self-Esteem Project Resources
I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by P&P Brand's Jessi Robinson for her new podcast called Pursuing Fearless. It took me on a journey through my career while sharing the challenges and supports along the way over the past twenty-plus years. As someone who believes she lives boldly and courageously, I do have days of doubt and insecurity as well. I hope you take the time to listen to this 45 min podcast to feel inspired, energized, curious and maybe even angry (I Read ▸ about Pursuing Fearless by Living Boldly
Written by Pam Powers and Reisa Rudman, Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainers Conferences can be a great way for professionals to network, learn new things, problem-solve, and engage with others in your field. Many conferences also have exhibitors available who can provide new tools, resources and inspiration for professionals to use in their line of work.While there is nothing like the in-person or face-to-face experience, current times have increased the likelihood of conferences being Read ▸ about An Exhibitor’s Experience at Texas Counselors Conference: One of Many Opportunities to Grow and Learn as a Professional
Written by Lisa Wall, Middle School Health Teacher and Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainer in collaboration with Allison Sabb-Glenn, Shelly Klutz, Susan Elswick, EdD, Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre TrainersSome students focus on what their peers think, how they should dress, how they should look, and the latest being promoted on social and professional media to the degree that it may be harmful to their mental, emotional or physical health. As these things relate to body confidence and Read ▸ about Educator Collaboration in Middle School can Build Self-Esteem in Students
Written by Brett Delaney, Kate Kalnes, EdD, Mary Wentland, and Scott Przystas, Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainers One of the foremost reasons we live in the Midwest is to experience the beauty of the four seasons. Each one brings with it a change in scenery, a change in temperature, and a change in adventure. Additionally, as many Midwest educators may observe, each season often brings a change in body confidence for some of our students. The Dove Self-Esteem Project Read ▸ about Body Confidence: An All-Season Affair in the Midwest