Chaos to Calm

Supporting Educators Experiencing Burnout

Supporting educators experiencing overwhelm and burnout so they can freely choose to return to the classroom from a centered and compassionate place or find another path that truly aligns with their higher purpose.


Burnout can be a serious matter, leaving you feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and even anxious. It can lead to sleepless nights, feeling ineffective, and a sense of loss of love for the profession you have poured your heart and soul into. Take a moment to answer the questions below.

  • Have you stopped looking forward to going to work?
  • Do you find that you have no time for yourself or your family?
  • Do you feel too exhausted to exercise or eat right?
  • Do you have trouble sleeping?
  • Do you feel like you just don’t know if you can do this anymore or if you even want to?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are in the right place!

Experience the ripple effect of learning a life-changing tool that will move you from feeling overwhelmed and burned out to feeling calm and in control in the classroom and beyond.

“At the time I started working with Kathleen, and for my adult life, I have struggled with anxious thoughts and emotional reactions to my surroundings. Through the tapping process, Kathleen safely helped me explore the reasons this was happening and during our second session, my perspective shifted and what had been bothering me so intensely just shifted and dissipated.

I have used EFT for nervous feelings, cravings, anger, and sadness. It pauses my flight or fight reaction and helps me think logically and calmly. I never knew where to go or how to diffuse my anxious feelings. EFT has been a profound tool and I am so grateful to have learned this practice from Kathleen.” ~ Kate

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