Self-Work for Mental Health Professionals

AN EXPERIENTIAL AND REFLECTIVE SELF-CARE WORKSHOP

Self Work for Mental Health Professionals
Date: October 3rd & 4th, 2020
Time: 9 AM to 12 PM (IST)
Venue: Online
Fee: INR 999

In a nation-wide survey conducted by the Suicide Prevention India Foundation (SPIF) in 2020, over 85% mental health professionals admitted experiencing increased levels of caregiver fatigue, impacting their personal life, clinical work, and interpersonal relationships.

Two effective ways of dealing with caregiver fatigue and burnout, are through self-work and self-care. The term self-care describes the actions that you might take in order to reach healthy work-life balance and emotional regulation.

It is imperative for us as mental health professionals to take care of ourselves whilst supporting our clients. This two-day experiential and reflective workshop will enable you to practice workable (and realistic!) self-care techniques, help you implement professional and personal boundaries, and provide tips and resources to cope with difficult and challenging sessions!

 About The Instructor

Delphina Esther
M.Sc., Counseling Psychology (Christ University)
PG in Cognitive Analytical Therapy (A-CAT, UK)

Delphina has been working on emotional regulation, self and interpersonal relationship concerns since 2016.

She has been a guest speaker at multiple discussion on self-care and self-awareness, including those for Bangalore Rotaract Club, Minds At Play and a recent panel discussion on suicide prevention in youth. The human definition of “Chill”, she is extremely passionate about self-care and is an ardent advocate of therapy for the therapist.

Self-Work for Mental Health Professionals

AN EXPERIENTIAL & REFLECTIVE SELF-CARE WORKSHOP

In a nation-wide survey conducted by the Suicide Prevention India Foundation (SPIF) in 2020, over 85% mental health professionals admitted experiencing increased levels of caregiver fatigue, impacting their personal life, clinical work, and interpersonal relationships.

Two effective ways of dealing with caregiver fatigue and burnout, are through self-work and self-care. The term self-care describes the actions that you might take in order to reach healthy work-life balance and emotional regulation.

It is imperative for us as mental health professionals to take care of ourselves whilst supporting our clients. This two-day experiential and reflective workshop will enable you to practice workable (and realistic!) self-care techniques, help you implement professional and personal boundaries, and provide tips and resources to cope with difficult and challenging sessions!

Self Work for Mental Health Professionals

Date: October 3rd & 4th, 2020 
Time: 9 AM – 12 PM (IST)
Venue: Online 
Fee: INR 999

 About The Instructor

Delphina Esther

M.Sc., Counseling Psychology (Christ University)
PG in Cognitive Analytical Therapy (A-CAT, UK)

Delphina has been working on emotional regulation, self and interpersonal relationship concerns since 2016.

She has been a guest speaker at multiple discussion on self-care and self-awareness, including those for Bangalore Rotaract Club, Minds At Play and a recent panel discussion on suicide prevention in youth. The human definition of “Chill”, she is extremely passionate about self-care and is an ardent advocate of therapy for the therapist.