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Mental Health Resilience For Supervisors

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September 18, 2020 09:00 - 16:00

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Description of Training:
Caring for others is a rewarding profession – and a demanding one. As providers in helping professions, how can we prevent burnout and attend to our own wellness? As supervisors, how can we care for our own well-being while also fostering the well-being of the individuals we supervise and mentor? Resilience-based approaches can help. In this 6-hour training, participants will explore strategies for fostering resilience and preventing burnout, including rediscovering meaning and purpose in our work, boosting positive emotions, building high-quality connections, bringing mindfulness into daily life, and identifying opportunities to advocate for environmental/systemic changes. Training participants will have the opportunity to learn in a variety of ways including lecture, demonstrations, discussions, and experiential learning activities designed to provide a richer understanding of strategies to foster resilience and prevent burnout in therapeutic and healthcare settings.

At the end of this training participants will be able to:
Describe the three key components of burnout
Explain three strategies for fostering resilience in the face of work-related stressors
Assess how, where, and when resilience strategies could be usefully applied in the participant’s own professional setting

Supervisors in therapeutic, healthcare, and other supportive settings. Although core components of this training will be applicable to a range of healthcare/helping professions, this training is designed primarily for professionals working in mental health / behavioral health (e.g. clinical social workers, marriage & family therapists, mental health counselors, psychologists, etc.).

CEUs available: 6

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