Compassion-focused, acceptance-minded, and community-oriented.
Burnout Buster is an intensive, one-day workshop for mental health professionals (MHPs) who are feeling drained by the increased demands and paradigm-shifting realities of the continued pandemic, using a compassion-focused, acceptance-minded, and community-oriented framework. Build connections with your fellow MHPs and develop skills to recharge your batteries. By applying techniques from ACT, therapeutic yoga, and mindfulness, MHPs will leave feeling empowered, energized, and engaged.
The workshop incorporates four modules: 1.) an introductory warm-up including up-regulating movement therapy, 2.) a support group session to share and reflect on our collective experiences with burnout, 3.) a discussion of the factors that contribute to burnout and how we can advocate for ourselves, and 4.) a mindfulness-based toolkit for building our own manageable self-care plans. Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and can bring lunch or visit one of the many nearby restaurants during the 1-hour lunch break. Snacks and beverages will be provided throughout the day.
Who’s it for: Mental health professionals
When: April 9th 10am – 3pm
Where: Lifeologie Raleigh office
Light snacks and drinks provided.
Wear comfy clothes!
To RSVP or for more information, email Lifeologie counselor Anna Sutton! Only 10 spots are available.
Anna Sutton is a master’s level intern at Lifeologie Raleigh. She works with individuals, couples, families, and parents. Her specialties include trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, major life changes, family and relationship issues, as well as identity issues.
Samara Brown is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA) at Lifeologie Raleigh. She is driven by her passion for social justice, equality, and advocacy. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, postpartum disorders, ADHD, PTSD, racial identity conflicts, pregnancy/early parenthood, and relationships.