Professional burnout is one of the biggest problems in the world today. As a result of it, many people suffer from depression, which is one of the biggest health risks today. Currently, 350 million people in the world suffer from depression and these numbers are increasing.
So what can we do to avoid falling into the clutches of professional burnout? How can we recognise the symptoms of burnout in ourselves and others? What to do once burnout has set in?
Know your enemy! It is a well-known fact that we are afraid of what we do not know, and this fear leads to stress, and from there, it is a direct route to professional burnout.
For this reason during workshop we will focus on noticing and understanding our emotions, feelings and what happens to us when we feel them, we will consider how we can deal with the state we are in or may find ourselves in.
Know Your Enemy!
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It has been known for a long time that one method for dealing with professional burnout is mindfulness. Mindfulness training has a proven track record of effectiveness, so in this workshop we learn how to integrate mindfulness into everyday life in order to counteract the negative effects of stress, as well as how to use it when negative effects already occur.
During the workshop we exclusively use active, experience-based methods. In addition to mindfulness, you can expect coaching methods, games, role play and much more, with a large outdoor part consisting of observing others, yourself and your environment.
Benefits of participating in training:
100% funded by the Erasmus+
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