Time & Location
Jul 10, 2021, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
About the Event
Currently, the world is under an ample amount of stress due to the global pandemic. Staying inside and practicing social distancing can cause some people to not only feel stress, but also anxiety, loneliness and depression. Essentially, self-care can be any activity that refreshes your mind and body, and it is meant to add joy and fun to life. Practicing self-care is important for promoting individual growth, but it also improves the way we interact and connect with others. Regularly engaging in self-care promotes healthier relationships with family members, partners, friends, co-workers, and is especially important for those in caregiving roles.
This session will draw on restorative circle approaches. Objectives: 1) Learn models for inter and intrapersonal impact 2) Identify mechanisms for self-care and resilience 3) Distinguish between burnout & compassion fatigue
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