Encouraging Catholic Teachers and Catholic Schools to develop Catholic Identity through understanding the Catholic Social Teachings!
"Integrating Catholic Thought Throughout the Curriculum"
Catholic Teachers and Catholic Schools have so much to offer Catholic families! Catholic schools offer a unique perspective on life, faith, and morality. Particularly in the current moral situation in which we are living, our uniquely-Catholic perspective on life is not only needed, it may very well help save our culture!
Please reach out to Dr. Walsh-Soucheray to learn how she can serve you and your school from a uniquely Catholic perspective, in an effort to help Faculty and Staff learn how to integrate Catholic Identity, through the use of the Catholic Social Teachings, by developing Critical Thinking Skills and Life Leadership Skills to help them develop virtue.
Catholic Teacher Trainings and Retreats:
- Full-Day Retreats and Seminars
- Half-Day Retreats and Seminars
- Teacher Workshop Days
- Hour-Long Trainings
Ideas for Trainings, Retreats, and Seminars Include:
- Catholic Social Teachings and Catholic Identity;
- Teaching Critical Thinking Skills;
* Helping the Faculty and Staff understand these core concepts of our faith and align with these concepts in their classrooms and throughout the school;
- Specific topics related to the ages of your students (elementary through high school);
- Specific topics related to the morality of our culture;
- Specific topics related to help integrate spirituality in classroom lessons;
- Specific topics to address positive interactions with students;
- Specific topics to address positive interactions with parents;
- An element of discussion and hands-on work is included with every workshop or seminar.
- Integrating Sacramental Living into the Classroom;
- Virtuous Living on a Daily Basis in the Classroom Setting;
- Understanding and Working with Student Anxiety in the Wake of the Pandemic;
- Encouraging Good, Moral Behavior in Student Interactions;
- The Benefits of Incorporating Self-Care into the Everyday Experiences of Teachers;
- Other Ideas and Suggestions are Welcome.
Message from Dr. Kate:
Dr. Kate Walsh-Soucheray is a licensed Minnesota teacher and a retired licensed marriage and family therapist, now Emeritus status. Dr. Walsh-Soucheray presents Retreats, trainings, seminars, and workshops for teachers, administrators, and parish staff from a lively, engaging, and informative style. She also integrates relevant discussions and effective interactions into each of her presentations, in which participants actively engage one another and leave the training with new ideas, inspiration, and motivation to continue to serve others in their Catholic faith capacity with a renewed commitment.
Testimonials from participants of Dr. Walsh-Soucheray's Catholic School Presentations:
- I really appreciated the faith-focused and peace-centric approach [of the retreat].
- Great presentation - very relevant!
- Checking in during the year to refocus would be awesome!
- Coming from public school, this was so refreshing and invigorating. Thank you!
- I found that peace [of God] during the pandemic, but this just confirmed it.
- The speaker [Dr. Walsh-Soucheray] was very engaging, inspiring, and encouraging.
- I feel like I have tools from the speaker to help me be successful [this year].
- I appreciated the writing prompts and the time to share with others.
- PLEASE BRING THIS SPEAKER BACK!!
- God does have a plan for ALL of us!!
- I absolutely have a sense of hope now!
- Excellent session - Well worth it!
- Dr. Walsh-Soucheray has a gift for love that I find profound. You are very comforting and PROFESSIONAL in your delivery.
- What a wonderful retreat! I really felt that I could be present and really focus on my faith...even if for a short time.
Dr. Walsh-Soucheray holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership. She also holds master's degrees in Theology and Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Walsh-Soucheray writes a monthly column for The Catholic Spirit, the archdiocesan newspaper for the St. Paul/Minneapolis archdiocese. Her weekly podcast "Virtuous Living Made Simple" can be found on Spotify.