by Susan Luck & Jan Booth
The potential for burnout among health professionals is significant. The consequences can be seen in physical and emotional symptoms of exhaustion, overwhelm, depersonalization, and cynicism. Health statistics show the negative impact of burnout on patient safety, practitioner absenteeism, and workplace injuries. For healers and health professionals, self-care and wellbeing are essential to sustaining our superpowers of empathy and compassion. Addressing burnout and its companion ‘compassion fatigue’ is a complex task, and therefore needs a variety of strategies to maintain our health and resilience.
This daylong workshop focuses on the areas over which we as health care professionals have some control – self-care and compassion, building resilience, and navigating stress and overwhelm. Taking a day to jumpstart your health and wellbeing is a gift you give yourself. Join us to experience reflective practices for insight and focus, community support, and the creation of a clear plan to move into greater health and wellbeing.
For some background information on the value of self-care with compassion fatigue here.
Susan Luck and Janet Booth will be teaching The Path to Caregiver Resilience and Well-being on Saturday, June 23, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm.