PsychAssist Training offers a range of workplace wellbeing packages, designed by our team of allied health professionals, that are evidence based, innovative and results orientated.
We make it easy for you to invest in the wellbeing of your most valuable resource – your people! Evidence-based research backs this up and shows us that investing in workplace wellbeing:
* Creates a healthier, more engaged workplace.
* Contributes to productivity gains of up to 15%.
* Reduces absenteeism.
* Reduces presenteeism (health-related work impairment).
* Increases creativity and innovation.
* Delivers a Return on Investment (ROI) of $3 to $5 (2016 ROI White Paper, Employee Health, Workplace Health Association of Australia).
How much are stress & poor coping strategies costing your organisation? Can your staff think clearly and be innovative? Stress and low levels of resilience could be costing you a great deal.
While moderate stress can be a productive and motivating factor in the workplace, research shows us that chronic high levels of stress can have a significant impact on both mental and physical health.
This practically focused, interactive, face to face workshop is delivered by an experienced clinician to a group of up to 20 participants. The program incorporates evidence based practices and includes case studies and contextualized activities created in consultation with your organisation
After completing the course participants will be able to:
•Describe what causes stress in your lives.
•Define the many aspects of stress.
•Outline personal strategies for handling
and reducing stress and increasing resilience.
By participating in this professional development training, attendees will:
*Demonstrate knowledge of trauma and its impacts, stress response, survivor coping strategies and possibilities for recovery
*Define and delineate vicarious trauma (VT), its development, risk and protective factors, barriers to identifying it and distinguish VT from burnout and compassion fatigue
*Evaluate the concepts of post traumatic growth and vicarious resilience
*Analyse the role of organisations, quality supervision and self-care in VT risk and protection
*Conduct a wellness assessment and take home tools to create a personal wellness plan
This course involves psycho-education on how our body functions and the benefits of self care to help reduce fatigue, mental health problems, stress and impacts of others trauma (vicarious trauma).
Reflective practice and Self Care Workshops are geared to protect, inform and empower individuals in the field caring for your well-being
Self-care is a personal matter. Everyone’s approach will be different. It relates to what you do at work and outside of work to look after your holistic well-being so that you can meet your personal and professional commitments. Different aspects to self-care and strategies explored during the workshop will include: