MINDFULNESS FOR THE HELPING PROFESSIONS
Stress-reduction workshops for social workers, community workers, teachers, nurses and other health professionals
Suzie Brown, Director of Avista Mindfulness Training, runs workshops and courses specially tailored for people working in helping professions. These people work in the most challenging jobs in our community – for example, social workers, carers, community workers, health workers, emergency workers, psychologists/counsellors and environmental change agents.
Such roles can often be depleting over time and have additional stress due to the challenging and ongoing nature of the work. Staff in the helping professions can be at risk of burnout if they don't learn to manage their stress effectively.
Suzie has taught workshops and courses to a range of community sector and government clients including Villamaria (with groups of carers), Hume City Council (for environmental change workers), the Victorian Department of Human Services, Karingal Community Services, Bethany, Red Cross Australia and Scope Victoria.
COMING UP! One Day Workshop 'Mindfulness for the Helping Professions' in Melbourne, Brisbane and Geelong
In 2019 Suzie is offering one-day Mindfulness for the Helping Professions workshops to help these important members of our community to be more resilient to the challenges of their roles, reduce their stress levels and improve their well-being and health.
If you're a helping professional, this workshop - and the ongoing support provided - will help you be more resilient to your work challenges, reduce your stress levels, help you improve your health, and be happier at work and in life. It will also give you skills in mindfulness to use in your job - so you'll be much more effective in your role as well.
The 2019 workshops are:
Brisbane: Thursday 6th June 10-4 in Kelvin Grove
Melbourne: Friday 26th July 10-4 in East Brunswick
Geelong: Friday 23rd August 10-4 in Geelong
INVESTMENT: $220 per person - includes full catering, workbook & journal, audio guided meditations, reminder wallcard, and a post-workshop email course to support you to implement what you have learnt.
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For more information contact Suzie Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 0419 002 606