Burnout to Balance
Nurturing Staff’s Mental and Physical Well-Being
Working closely with people who have endured trauma can have a profound impact on the mental and physical health of both staff and leaders. Recognizing and addressing this impact while integrating supportive strategies into the workplace is not only crucial for the well-being of these dedicated professionals but also for boosting morale, increasing job satisfaction, and ultimately enhancing productivity.
Our workshop is meticulously designed to help you gain a deep understanding of these challenges, introduce you to effective supportive tools, and empower both individuals and agencies to prioritize self-care and mutual support in transformative ways. Everything we share is rooted in science, ensuring that you leave with concrete strategies to foster a healthier work environment for leaders and staff members.
- Understanding the Impact: Delve into the psychological and physical toll of working with those impacted by trauma. Gain insights into secondary traumatic stress and empathic distress, and learn how these factors contribute to burnout.
- Introducing Supportive Strategies: Explore a range of evidence-based strategies. Discover how these techniques can make a real difference in managing stress and preventing burnout.
- Empowerment: We aim to empower you to take charge of your well-being and that of your colleagues. Learn how to implement practical self-care routines and create a culture of mutual support within your agency.
- Science-Based Approach: Rest assured that all our discussions and strategies are firmly grounded in scientific research. You’ll leave with a solid understanding of the why and how behind each recommendation.
Join us in this transformative journey as we navigate the path “From Burnout to Balance.” Together, we’ll build a healthier, more resilient workforce dedicated to nurturing the well-being of one another and your business.
Things to Note: This is a full-day training session. This training can be done with groups of 5-50 participants.
Tiffany is a licensed social worker and advanced mind body medicine practitioner trained by the Center for Mind Body Medicine. She has worked as an early childhood education director, a school social worker, a director of school-based services for a community mental health center, and has provided clinical therapeutic services to youth, adults, and families. Tiffany has partnered with over twenty schools and youth and family serving agencies to provide professional development, mind body medicine skills groups, and supportive services. Her focus on healing centered engagement supports staff, students, and families alike in understanding the impact of stress, trauma, and adversity and working to heal individually and collectively. This work is foundational to student and staff success and well-being.