Introduction to Boingboing’s Resilience Approach webinar: Understanding resilience and Resilient Therapy
Next date: Tuesday 12 Jul 2022
Time: 9:30am – 2:30pm
Venue: Online (access information will be sent to ticket holders prior to the event)
Price: £45. Limited spaces, so please book early. We have a small number of free places available for unwaged people (see below)
Whether you are newly qualified, experienced, facing uncertainty, change or striving for a work life balance, this training day will support you to explore your own resilience as a practitioner or member of staff. We look at evidence -based approaches to working which support you to keep going when times are tough and protect yourself against burnout.
Who’s it for?
Anyone working in a situation where they support others and therefore need to support themselves.
£45. Limited spaces, please book early. We have a small number of free places available for unwaged people. Please email us explaining why you would like to attend the course and explaining your circumstances. Limited spaces so please book early.
The forum will be held online on Zoom. Please arrive in the online platform 10 minutes prior to the start time. An email with joining instructions will be sent out the day before the event.
We have reluctantly decided to use Zoom for our training, despite some concerns about their policies and practice, because we want to prioritise digital inclusivity. Please read here for a full explanation. If you would like to minimise exposure, use Zoom through your browser rather than the app, although this will affect your ability to interact with the session. Please be aware that Zoom are able to access what you post in chats.
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