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Preventing Burnout – As a Therapist and in the Workplace

Tuesday 3rd May 2022, 9:30am – 12:30pm (AEST) | On Zoom | Presented by Anna Moss

About

Are you worried about burning out? What can you do about it? Burnout is a vulnerability for people when lines get blurry between what is their responsibility, and what belongs to someone else. Burnout is widespread among high achievers in the helping professions and workplace. Take a systems lens on burnout with our May workshop with Anna Moss.

Workshop Learning Goals:

  • Exploring current research and ways of understanding burnout
  • Applying a Bowen Theory lens to our thinking about burnout
  • Effective strategies to prevent and address burnout as therapists and in the workplace

 

PD available. Please note that because this will be an interactive online training event it will not be recorded.

This workshop counts as recognised prior learning and as credit towards our Certificate and Advanced Certificate programs. For information about our in-depth training visit the certificate program homepage.

Cost

$154 including GST

$132 including GST (if part of the FSI Network Group 1, Core Program Students or Organisations registering for 3 or more participants)

 

Anna Moss

 

Anna has worked at The Family Systems Practice since 2017 and has a particular interest in Burnout, after having personally grappled with it in a former role. She has spoken on this topic previously and has written a chapter on the ways in which Bowen Theory can be useful in preventing and addressing burnout (see Bowen Family Systems Theory in Christian Ministry, 2019). Anna lives in Sydney with her husband and three school aged children.

 

 

 

 

Please Note: All FSI events, unless otherwise stated are subject to our cancellation policy.

 

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.


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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/05/2022
9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Location
via Zoom

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