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Burnout – Can We Prevent it? – Presented by Camilla Ghazala

15th November 2018 · 7:30pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Burnout – Can We Prevent it? – Presented by Camilla Ghazala

Camilla Ghazala discusses burnout in frontline professionals.

Our Mental Health bill is iro: £100billion, 70million working days lost pa. Employing someone costs circ: £32,000 and frontline employees are at the top of these extreme, unsustainable figures. We live in a permanently changing landscape whilst working with highly complex, often distressed people and situations, can we really avoid burnout and other associated mental health challenges? How many are in slow, consistent burnout?
Frontline includes these professions: law, medicine, mental health, healthcare, therapy, law enforcement, emergency services, forces, social work, management, education, veterinary all who provide extraordinary work for our country.

In this lecture we can discuss and consider:

  • What the burnout jigsaw looks like
  • Burnout and Mental Health connections
  • Why do we work frontline?
  • My wellbeing: my employers responsibility or mine?
  • How we can encourage our wellbeing protection.

Camilla Ghazala specialises in Psychological/Emotional Development her passion is encouragement, education and enabling others to develop awareness, stability, collaboration, assertiveness and resilience. She works throughout the complex wellbeing sphere (senior coach, tutor, therapist, supervisor, consultant) with mild-severe presentations ensuring wellbeing is developed in a healthy, sustainable style and momentum. Her work within the NHS, Charitable organisations, private practice and corporations is with adolescent’s, couples, families (includes children of all ages) and groups.

Camilla skillfully integrates 40 years of dedicated personal development with 36 years of research, training and experience in: Adlerian Psychology, Coaching, CBT, Systemic, Family/Group Process, Buddhist Psychology, Mindfulness, AAT, Creative, Gestalt, TA, Energy Psychology, Clinical Supervision, and has developed a unique Heart-Mind Intelligence model.

Admission £7 (concs £4). All welcome. Book via the booking link (above) or pay at the door. CPD certificates are available.

Lecture enquiries: Gwyneth Evans-Patel, email: evans_patel[@]

For more information:

Facebook: @360arwellbeing            Twitter: @360_wellbeing           Linkedin: Camilla Ghazala

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