WORK RELATED STRESS, BURNOUT AND VICARIOUS TRAUMA
“A safe and supportive environment, which enabled some ‘very real’ moments of reflection and insight”
The workshop outlines the physical, psychological and physiological theory of stress, vicarious trauma and burnout and explores the impact these can have on the work, and health, of sign language interpreters. Participants will learn about the neuroscience of arousal and how the body, with the help of the mind, remembers – often unhelpfully. They will then have an opportunity to develop techniques to recognise their own individual stress indicators, which can help increase resilience and reduce the risk of work related stress, vicarious trauma and burnout.
OUR NEXT WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD IN BASINGSTOKE SATURDAY MARCH 3RD PLEASE CONTACT EITHER EMMA firstname.lastname@example.org or KATY email@example.com TO BOOK YOUR PLACE
“Incredibly enjoyable and insightful day – a chance to step back and look at ‘me’ – would look for an opportunity for follow up workshop if offered”