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Date(s) - June 02, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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This is the second of two workshops being offered in May and June for parents.
(Virtual Parent Support Group will resume in July.)

So, we are all living through a pandemic and we can easily feel overwhelmed and exhausted from the stress we are experiencing while juggling the demands from work, our personal lives, and our overall health. This chronic stress is a fast track to burnout which can be debilitating and very painful. In this workshop will explore the impact of chronic stress in our lives and introduce fundamental daily practices that we can all do to help process our stress in order to prevent burnout.

• The warning signs for burnout
• Practical strategies for completing the stress cycle
• Psychological practices that can reduce the risk of burnout

Amanda Rocheleau is an Ottawa-based Registered Social Worker, compassion fatigue specialist and public speaker committed to supporting helpers in finding ways to continue to compassionately provide care for others while also caring for themselves.

Please RSVP no later than 24 hours prior to the workshop.

Note: By RSVP’ing to this group you are providing your consent to participate in a Virtual Support Group through Zoom. While protection measures are in place, such as a locked group setting, password protection and unique links weekly, this group is over the internet, therefore there are risks associated. Please consider this prior to RSVP’ing to group.

The unique link for this workshop will be emailed to those who RSVP. The link is not to be shared under any circumstances.


Bookings are closed for this event.