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Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout: Practical Self-care and Self-preservation Strategies for Creative Arts Therapists with Aleksandra Gosteva

  • 06 May 2023
  • ZOOM
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This mini-workshop will focus on promoting work-life balance, self-care and wellbeing in the context of highly dynamic and changing clinical environments. It will equip participants with the tools to: 1) better understand the links between workplace stressors and health and wellbeing outcomes, including burnout; 2) recognise and normalise own reactions to stressful situations; and 3) develop practical strategies to foster realistic expectations, practice self-compassion and support own wellbeing in the context of a highly dynamic and changing clinical workplace. The workshop may also be useful for people leaders to better understand the factors within an organisation that can help improve the wellbeing of clinicians and provide them with the opportunity to ensure appropriate supports are in place for teams and individual clinicians to stay resilient, positive, and effective.

Date: Saturday 6 May 2023
Time: 12pm - 1.30pm AEST (10am HKT & WA, 2pm NZT)
Location: ZOOM (this session will not be recorded due to privacy reasons)
CPD: 1.5 hours
Cost: $30
Open to: All members
Min/Max participants: 10/40

PRESENTER

Aleksandra Gosteva, MHealSc, MEdPsych, MA AT (Clinical), PhD (Psychiatry) candidate, MNZPSS, AThR, is a registered psychologist and clinical arts therapist working in the areas of health and organisational psychology. Her work focuses on assessing and improving individual and organisational psychological safety, employee health and wellbeing. She often collaborates with leaders and organisations in the implementation of initiatives aimed at creating more human workplaces that promote employees' wellbeing, strengths and capabilities, leading to the high levels of engagement, productivity and retention. Aleksandra's specialities also include in service training for staff at all levels in the areas of civility, psychological safety, wellbeing promotion, and cross-cultural literacy and competence. 

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