Self-Care for Direct Service Professionals

Self-Care for Direct Service Professionals

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Bubble baths and candles won't do. This four hour training will teach attendees how to recognize and prevent burnout. For some, the line between professional and personal lives are thin. It is more effective to prevent burnout and to be able to recognize it before it becomes too much to handle. Unfortunately, burnout is often recognized too late.

Attendees will learn how to effectively manage their time and emotions at work. Additionally, this training will provide practical tools for managing a professional and personal life. The audience for this training are organizations with staff who provide direct services.

Objectives of training/ what attendees will learn:

● Defining burnout and how it presents itself

● Exploration of your professional and personal identity

● Practical tools to minimize burnout and increase productivity

The next training is: SOLD OUT

Date: Thurs, June 27, 2019

Time: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

Location: Temple University Hospital - Episcopal Campus

Tower Building -- 4th floor Conference Room

100 East Lehigh Avenue

Phila., PA 19125

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FAQ’S

What if I am late?

Sign-in begins fifteen minutes before the workshop start time. You wil not be admitted after 30 mins of the start time.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is free, self-parking in the Patient/Visitor Lot. It is located at the far end of the hospital driveway. It is open    5 a.m. – 9 p.m./seven days a week.

If taking the train: 

  • Take the Market-Frankford Line’s “A” train to the Huntingdon Street station

  • Walk one block north on B Street

  • Turn left onto Lehigh Avenue and walk ½ block to Episcopal Campus

If taking the bus:

  • Take SEPTA bus route 54 to the Lehigh Avenue/A Street stop, which is directly in front of Episcopal Campus