Join a small group of peers to learn, explore, connect, express and reflect through shared discussion, music and creative arts experiences.
Podcasts to help you to understand and work through burnout
There is something for everyone here:
- learn about and understand about your nervous system
- how to support yourself as a therapist
- a wholehearted approach
- hear personal stories
- how listening to your body might be important
- some practical advice
Enjoy and thank you to all these folks for their generosity of sharing.
Burnout and How to Complete the Stress Cycle
I highly recommend this 60 minute romp into an entertaining and informative exploration of what burnout is, how stress impacts your body and hwat you can do the support yourself in completing the stress response cycle in this podcast episode: Burnout and How to Complete the Stress Cycle.
Therapists Rising with Dr Hayley Kelly
Burnout, toxic narratives and self care for therapists with Dr Hayley D. Quinn
Great discussion and reflections on what it is like for therapists to look after themselves, take breaks and create the working life you want. An open look into the challenges of being a therapist. If you've reached a point of thinking about giving away your career as a therapist this podcast is for you - listen here.
The Six Hats Podcast
How to overcome burnout with Dr Michelle Woolhouse, integrative GP and author of 'The Wonder Within'.
Listen to Dr Michelle Woolhouse and Dr Shamistra Barathan from 'The Six Hats Podcast' talk about dancing to your own rhythm, witnessing a wholehearted approach to carers and healers and self compassion in this frank and honest discussion about anixety and burnout. Listen here.
Burnout: a different kind of gap year
Personal stories of burnout
In this podcast, Clinical Psychologist Shannon Swales of 'Burnout: a different kind of gap year' shares her own experience of burnout, and talks with a range of people including nurses, teachers, parents, students, counsellors and lawyers. This podcast is an engaging and fresh acknowledgement of the wide-ranging impact of burnout both professionally and personally. Listen here.
Burnout to bliss
'Is you body giving you a massive wake up call?'
In this podcast integrative medical practitioner Dr Fiona Enkelmann discusses with naturopath Lucy Mason how your body might be calling you to pay attention to what you need to recover from burnout. Listen here.
The Burnout Recovery Podcast, with Dr Jo Braid
How to recover from burnout
Dr Jo Braid is the host of this podcast. In this episode Dr Braid introduces herself and outlines some of the more practical steps required to recover from burnout. Burnout is a systemic problem but focusing on what we can do is an important first step to recovery. Listen here.
What has struck a chord with you? I'd love to hear your thoughts and responses - feel free to send them through here.
There is a lot of information and talk about burnout these days - and rightly so. Our world is fast-paced to the point of enormous suffering - mentally, physically, emotionally, relationally and spiritually. But what is burnout? And how can you tell if you are affected by it? In this blog we outline the key symptoms of burnout as described by 'The Sydney Studies' - research undertaken by the team at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
What causes burnout? Is it the person? The culture? The environment? Or a combination of all three? Informed by latest research, dive in to unpack the causes of burnout through a lens of workplace culture, community supports, values and individual, predisposing factors. Learn how understanding these contributing factors may help you to assess your own situation, and see what you might be able to change ... or not. Which aspects of work are supportive for you right now, and which may be leading you to burn out?