December 16 | 9am to 4pm
United Way Learning Centre (580 Main St.)
CCEDNet Mbrs: $50 | Non-Members: $125 | Join CCEDNet
Supporting others at work can have a direct impact on our well-being, our lives and the lives of our loved ones. This workshop mixes content with reflection activities and experiential self care activities to explore and develop our own self care strategies. The presentation will include a discussion of stress, vicarious trauma, and burn-out as well as warning signs and strategies for mediating or preventing these issues. Mindfulness and self-compassion practices will be included. A number of modalities will be used to present content including lecture, video, and group discussion.
About the Facilitator:
Lyndsay Hersikorn is a trainer and counsellor at Klinic Community Health Centre. She provides public education, training, and professional development in a number of clinical areas. She is a certified crisis counsellor through the American Association of Suicidology. As a counsellor at Klinic she has experience working with individuals in crisis, and individuals with histories of trauma. Klinic is a member of the Manitoba Association of Community Health providing a full range of health related services from medical care to counselling to education. Klinic promotes health and quality of life for all aiming to help people make choices about their own health.