Coping with the Risk of Burnout for People with Caring Responsibilities
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Caring is a unique role that comes with its benefits and challenges. The need to support carers has never been so apparent and calls for developing deliberate coping strategies. This 1-hour talk discusses the early signs of burn-out for people with caring responsibilities and some coping strategies and creates a safe space for sharing lived experiences.
This webinar focuses on evidence-based strategies from Positive Psychology on navigating the challenges of caring responsibilities through recognising signs of burn-out, exercising self-help, developing resilience, practising practical strategies for better mental health, and practical tips on becoming emotionally resilient.
Who is it for?
- Staff with caring responsibilities
- Staff with parental responsibilities
- Partners of staff with caring roles
- General Imperial community
- Recognise signs of early burn-out.
- Know where to get help.
- Understanding barriers to recovery from adversity.
- Understand negative emotions and better manage and process them.
- Strategies for building resilience.
- Explore techniques to develop mental resilience.
- Understand what makes a person emotionally resilient.
- Develop strategies for emotional resilience at work /life.
- Skills sets & exercises to building emotional resilience.