Boundaries to Prevent Burnout
Boundaries are an important tool, not just to maintain an ethical social work practice, but also to keep us out of burnout.
Now that self-care is an ethical requirement, social workers have the opportunity to re-evaluate the kinds of boundaries we want to have around our overall work life.
Compassion and the desire to serve are the core of our work as social workers. However, we must factor in our own needs so that we can thrive in our lives and continue to fully show up to our work.
From this 2-hour workshop you will walk away with a(n):
-Clear sense of how boundaries are essential to self-care
-Understanding of what burnout is and how boundaries help prevent it
-Framework for identifying your own unique boundary needs
-Ways to address inner guilt when it comes to creating boundaries
-Skilled communication techniques for clear and kind boundaries
About the presenter:
Hannah Curtis, LCSW is a burnout prevention expert who works with individuals and organizations to improve boundaries, increase confidence and self-worth, and transform work culture. Hannah is a graduate of Bowdoin College and earned her MSW at the University of Michigan. Her practice, New Approaches, is located in Falmouth, Maine. She is the creator of Sustaining Work Wellness, a staff-retention/burnout prevention program for mission-driven, forward-thinking non-profits, healthcare organizations, schools, and small businesses. For more information, email Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org
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