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Mental Health

AACTE recognizes the immense effort required to advocate and care for the emotional and mental health of oneself during COVID-19. This section is focused on education students—our future educators across the country. We have included free resources and tools to support mindfulness, meditation, peer support, and self-care.

Taking care of yourself during uncertain times: Mindfulness and well-being for educators

Taking care of yourself during uncertain times

Explore strategies around mindfulness and maintaining well-being in this webinar presented by Learning Forward.


Educator Wellness Webinar Series by the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network

Educator Wellness Webinar Series by the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network

Learn to take a break from what can feel like an overwhelming hustle to prepare, deliver, and support your students and focus on your wellbeing.


Meditative Sounds for Guided Practices

Meditative Sounds

Listen to these guided meditations by the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.

Meeting Student’s Basic Needs and Keeping them Enrolled During COVID-19

Meeting Student Needs

Discover what supports students will need to remain enrolled in this webinar and view the infographic and guide.




Website: Seize the Awkward Resource Hub: Maintaining Mental Health During Coronavirus – an online resource about managing mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.

Website: ULIFELINE online Resource for College Mental Health – a recognized online source for college mental health. 

Whitepaper: Beyond the Food Pantry: COVID-19 Response for Students Who are Homeless or With Experience in Foster Care – a guide that provides concrete tips and resources to support students who are homeless or with experience in foster care during COVID-19.