Building Resilience and Mitigating Burnout
What if there was a skill you could use to help you sustain compassion in the face of competing demands like technology/documentation, time pressures, and fatigue?
Self-Compassion for Healthcare Communities (SCHC) is a 6-hour evidence-based adaptation of Mindful Self-Compassion, the empirically supported program of Kristin Neff, Ph.D. at UT Austin ( www.self-compassion.org) and Christopher Germer, Ph.D (www.mindfulselfcompassion.org) at Harvard Medical School offered by the global nonprofit Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.
Self-compassion practices can be used while at work with patients and colleagues. As a participant of the program, you can learn tools to use throughout the day to: care for yourself while caring for others, listen with compassion, handle difficult emotions, reconnect to the values that give your life and work meaning.
This training focuses on improving wellbeing and personal resilience in healthcare professionals by teaching mindful self-compassion skills to deal with distressing emotional situations as they occur at work and at home.