Beyond Burnout: Reclaiming Our Power, Wellness & Resilience
Behind burnout often lies good intentions gone wrong. We are trying to help, trying to do it all, trying to keep up – but at what cost? Burnout feels terrible and it serves no one, yet it occurs frequently. How do we stop this cycle?
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In this seminar we will get a clear understanding of what “burnout” is, what it looks like (and what it does not look like), its stages, as well as it’s warning signs & symptoms. From here, we move to “creating an action plan” to overcome present burnout and to avoid future burnout. Topics and tools such as, boosting resiliency, boundaries, self-talk, emotional regulation and pain, and mindfulness will be covered.
In this seminar attendees will be able to:
1. Define & describe the characteristics & warning signs of burnout.
2. Name at least 5 steps in creating an action plan to overcome and avoid burnout.
3. Name at least 3 ways to boost one’s own resiliency.
4. Describe and utilize a mindfulness tool for emotional regulation and pain management.
- Stephanie M Huhn MA, LLP
Stephanie holds a Master of Arts in clinical and humanistic psychology and is a Master’s Licensed Psychologist in the state of Michigan, in practice for over 13 years. She is an Advanced Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (ACCTS), a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS), a Certified Case Manager (CCM), Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC), and a Certified Forensic Trauma Clinician (CFTC). Stephanie has passion for teaching and speaking on all topics surrounding mental health and wellness, and she frequently presents to professionals locally, nationally, and internationally. Her teaching approach is down-to-earth, engaging, and authentic, combining current data and research with interesting stories, examples, and demonstrations. Stephanie holds special interests in complex and developmental trauma, addiction, and neuroscience and has researched, presented, and written on these topics as well. She has worked in various clinical environments, including inpatient, outpatient, and community-based programs, and she has held a variety of clinical roles, including assistant clinical director of a neurorehabilitation program, admissions manager, program development coordinator, therapy supervisor, and dual diagnosis clinician. Stephanie currently practices at Arbor Psychology Group in Northville, Michigan and additionally provides educational seminars and speaking events through her companies and through various healthcare providers in Michigan.
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