Managing Grief and Stress in the Workplace
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout is a collaborative endeavor to raise awareness of the toll that stress and grief can have on people in service professions, including home caregivers. Our goal is to provide support and tools necessary for heart-centered workers so they can manage, reduce, and prevent burnout that can come from caring for others. We do this through presentations, hands-on workshops, and building a support community where you are welcome to show up just as you are without judgments or expectations.
Managing Grief and Stress in the Workplace is a 2-hour workshop where we can come together in an intimate, inclusive, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. Even if you are not in a caregiving role, you are still welcome to join us.
Topics covered include:
- Stressors of our environment and this time of pandemic
- Ways these stressors can contribute to burnout and how this affects us both individually and collectively
- Different perspectives of Grief and how it shows up for us personally and as a society
- Strategies for self-care and supporting others to lessen burnout in the future.
Registration is limited to 20 so we can create a small group setting to share our stories and learn from each other. If your organization would like to hold an internal workshop, reach out to us and we can arrange something for your team.
About the facilitators:
Kevin Ringstaff is a student of grief; a Chaplain in training, Grief Recovery Specialist, Pet Loss Counselor, and a registered Pet Chaplain who speaks about grief to anyone who will listen. He got into the grief space years ago now after suffering losses and now helps others by compassionately listening to their stories of love and loss. Kevin’s website is https://petcloud.pet/
Jenny Dilts is a Certified Grief Coach and Life Coach who specializes in Converting Grief into Growth, one person, one conversation, one heart at a time. She is the founder of Grieving Coach and host of the podcast Share Your Story: Exploring humanity one heart at a time. Jenny guides people who feel overwhelmed and heavy in their grief to a place where they can create a life full of passion and joy.
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