Present Well-BeingTM in the Workspace
Burnout Awareness and Prevention for Health Care Professionals
Burnout in health care professionals is associated with suboptimal care and practices.
Results emerging from research suggest that “physicians’ stress, fatigue, burnout, depression, or general psychological distress negatively affects healthcare systems and patient care."
(Wallace et al. (2009)
Present Well-BeingTM in the Workspace is a research-based, experiential (6 hour) curriculum of mental and emotional well-being support for health care professionals that increases burnout awareness and prevention while stoking mental and emotional resilience to the innate stressors unique to the health care field.
Research confirms that burnout has reached epidemic proportions for our medical professionals. Many report feeling overburdened, burnt out, and unable to cope with the social, emotional, physical, and mental demands of their profession. "Heavy workloads, feelings of powerlessness, and ill-designed jobs and work environments" have become real threats to the psychosocial well-being of our health care giver (Burke & Greenglass, 2001; Hersch et al., 2016).
THE COST OF CARING
The "cost of caring" in human service professions is experienced as compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, sacrifice syndrome, and burnout.
Those who don't care, don't burn out.
Unchecked and accumulated stress in one’s professional life can reach a destructive tipping point where what innocuously begins as an “occupational identity crisis” generalizes to the entire self-concept of the human service professional.
(Vandenberghe & Huberman, 1999)
Stress is our fuel! Our curriculum and preventative practice are innovative and impactful.
We intentionally LEVERAGE the inherent stressors of the profession as the practice arena
for learning the process for metabolizing toxic stressors, preventing burnout from taking root, and stoking mental and emotional resilience.
Health care professional learn research-based practices drawn from
adult SOCIAL and EMOTIONAL LEARNING,
explore the 3 primary sources of toxic stress in the health care field
discover strategies to feel "flow in the fast" momentum of their work
experience mind/body practices to calm a busy mind and become present in chaotic moments
relate to their professional stressors in a way that births resilience instead of provoking burnout
experience the power of self-compassion as a cure for compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma
practice protecting their energy from being fully depleted by their calling to heal
Present Well-BeingTM in the Workspace for health care professionals is a 6 hour training that designed to be offered in a consecutive session format. We work with you to customize a delivery model (length of time) and format (virtual, in-person, or hybrid) that fits your institutional needs.
Full day (6 hour) In-Person Retreat Training
(2) half day (3 hour) In-Person Retreat Trainings
4 Week (90 minute sessions) Training offered In-Person or Virtually
*Complete inquiry form below to schedule a complimentary planning consultation.
Each session includes:
Direct instruction on current, research-based foundational knowledge and data about health care professional burnout, compassion fatigue, resilience, SEL, and mental and emotional well-being
Mindful mental health meditation practices that calm a busy mind and create clarity and a sense of control
Gentle mindful moment practices that strengthen the parasympathetic nervous system's relaxation response
Put Into Practice training handbook that outlines detailed well-being practices to integrate into one's professional and personal life
Explore the 3 primary sources of toxic stressor in the health care field
Discover the impact of moral injury and compassion fatigue on the health care professional
Increase awareness of the mental, physical, and psychosocial stages of burnout
Learn abut the signs and 3 core manifestations of burnout for nurses and physicians
Metabolizing Stress into Resilience and Well-Being (Part 1 and 2)
Explore the 3 primary sources health care professional well-being
Explore the research health care giver resilience
Experience the 4 step cycle of the Infinite Well-Being ModelTM to metabolize stress into mental and emotional healing
Compassion as the Cure
Learn about the negative impact of compassion fatigue on patient care and health care giver emotional well-being
Explore the 3 core elements of self-compassion as a way to stave off sacrifice syndrome and compassion fatigue
Learn strategies to mitigate "secondary traumatic stress" and how to regain balance perspective of care for self and others
Burnout Prevention Practices
Explore and experience research-based mind and body practices that prevent the onset of burnout and protect the heart of the health care giver from over-identifying with their work
Create a Health Care Giver Well-Being Manifesto
Learn mental health practices for metabolizing anxiety, overwhelm, and chronic mental fatigue