Mentally Healthy Practitioners and Workplaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Psychological health and safety is about protecting the psychological health of workers, in the same way that we protect their physical health.

This is particularly important for professionals providing mental health support in hospital, community, school, community and residential programs settings who are often exposed to the effects of stress and secondary trauma.

Our training delivers practical strategies that professionals can implement while on shift, with coworkers, and in their personal lives.

All techniques taught are highly effective therapeutic approaches that can be applied when working with clients in a therapeutic setting too!

 

Psychosocial Hazards

Psychosocial hazards in workplaces increase the risk of psychological or physical harm.

These include:

Poor Support
Traumatic events 
Violence and aggression
Remote or isolated work
Poor organisational justice
Bullying

 
 

Empowering the Helping Professional

Creating safety to enhance well-being in practitioners, clients and mentally healthy workplaces

Our one-day workshop is designed to assist individuals in the mental health and related helping fields in acquiring techniques to create safety, mitigate stress and combat burnout. 

Establishing a sense of safety is a fundamental necessity for any practitioner, helper or organisation offering mental health support to individuals dealing with stress, trauma, shame and other susceptibilities. The workshop provides an integrative, holistic, and trauma-conscious approach to assist practitioners in proactively embedding sustainable self-care practices that align with the person-practitioner-work environment. It tackles the essential requirements that practitioners, helpers, and organisations have regarding mentally healthy workplaces and its connection to resilience and long-term effectiveness amidst daily encounters with trauma-inducing circumstances, thereby minimising the impact of psychosocial hazards, compassion fatigue and burnout.

The workshop places emphasis on delivering practical strategies that professionals can implement while on shift, with coworkers, and in their personal lives. Furthermore, all techniques taught are highly effective therapeutic approaches that can be applied when working with clients in a therapeutic setting. 

 

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is for all practitioners, helping professionals and organisations exposed to the effects of stress and secondary trauma. It provides a portfolio of skills that supports emotion regulation and recovery from secondary trauma exposure and also that enhances the experience of the helping encounter. This workshop is appropriate for any environment that involves mental health support: hospital, community, school, community, residential programs, home etc. Therefore, the content is well-suited for clinicians, counsellors, educators, and other professionals in the helping field.

This workshop is designed to equip managers and supervisors with practical tools to facilitate positive steps towards a mentally healthy workplace.

Attend a Workshop 

Register early to avoid missing out.

Group discounts (5+) and In-House Training available on request.

EMPOWERING the HELPING PROFESSIONAL

  • 15 Mar 2024
  • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Best Western Plus North Lakes Hotel, 22 Lakefield Drive, North Lakes, QLD, 4509
Empowering the Helping Professional | Compass Seminars AUS

EMPOWERING the HELPING PROFESSIONAL

  • 16 May 2024
  • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • The Glen Hotel, 24 Gaskell St, Eight Mile Plains, QLD, 4113
Empowering the Helping Professional | Compass Seminars AUS

EMPOWERING the HELPING PROFESSIONAL

  • 11 Jul 2024
  • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Burke & Wills Hotel, 554 Ruthven St, Toowoomba, QLD, 4350

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Presented by

Dr. Kate Owen

Kate is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Family Therapist with nearly 20 years experience working in mental health. Kate first started working in Child and Youth Mental Health on the Gold Coast which led to her interest in working with families. She is often helping people work through past relationship issues that continue to affect them in the present. Her other area of passion is supporting professionals to deliver high quality and evidence based practice.  This is often through supervision and mentoring, with individuals and mental health teams, and through delivering professional development workshops around Australia. She is the author of the best selling Keep Calm cards.

Keep Calm Cards

Valued at $49.99

Carefully Selected Strategies to Help with Stress and Anxiety for All Ages.

Helpful for people who experience anxiety, worry or stress.

Easily accessible strategies that you can teach in session & clients can use in their everyday life.

Help take control of anxiety & stress by guided easy step-by-step instructions.

Designed for ease of use, cards are colour coded for a quick reference for choosing strategies that soothe the body and ease the mind.

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