Managing Burnout


Friday 6 October – 3pm-4pm

Kinship staff will call you to confirm your place 48 hours before the event. If you are unable to confirm your attendance, your space may be given to someone else.

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About the session

Are you feeling burnt out? You might be feeling physical, emotional, or mental exhaustion. You might be overwhelmed or stressed, which can impact your coping mechanisms and daily life.

We often exhaust ourselves with daily life and everything we need to do.

In this workshop you will:

  • understand what burnout is and how to recognise the signs and symptoms
  • gain an understanding of what can be done to manage the symptoms
  • provide you with resilience tools to help you move forward
  • understand the importance of connection and the role it plays
  • understand the importance of self-care
  • have a worksheet and some inner reflection
  • end with a mindfulness meditation

You will leave the workshop feeling more informed and have a better understanding of burnout, how you can support yourself and build resilience.

Please ensure you have a quiet space (or headphones) for privacy. Pen and paper are optional if you want to take notes.

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About the presenter

Sue Boland is a fully qualified transformative life coach who is trained in mindfulness coaching and positive psychology. She has over 17 years’ experience of working in the health and social care sector including mental health, homelessness, and young people.

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