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Serving over the long term making self care and wellness a priority so you can avoid burnout

Serving Over the Long-Term:Making Self-Care and Wellness a Priority So You Can Avoid Burnout

Ken Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed

The Military Child Education Coalition

Scientific Advisory Board


Something we who serve others rarely speak about

Something We Who Serve Others Rarely Speak About

  • Us


We are the role models that

We are the role models that. . .

  • Display resilience

  • Choose to cope in healthy ways

  • Admit vulnerability and personal limits

  • Reject stigma

  • See strength in seeking help


How do we define success

How do we define success?


To touch many lives over a lifetime of service and connection with others

To touch many lives over a lifetime of service and connection with others


Burnout prevention

Burnout Prevention

  • Caring professionals are at increased risk because of the intensity of their work and the emotional bonds they form with the people they serve.


The worst thing is not to be stressed it is to be numb

The Worst thing is not to be stressed . . . it is to be NUMB


Serving over the long term making self care and wellness a priority so you can avoid burnout

  • Stress is usually something people are acutely aware of, whereas burnout can present insidiously.

  • When you are stressed, you care too much, but when you are burned out, you don’t see any hope of improvement. You are numb.


Stress

Stress

  • Characterized by over engagement

  • Emotions are overreactive

  • Produces urgency and hyperactivity

  • Loss of energy


Stress1

Stress

  • Leads to anxiety disorders

  • Primary damage is physical

  • May kill you prematurely

  • Activated, sometimes paralyzed


Burnout

Burnout

  • Characterized by disengagement

  • Emotions are blunted

  • Produces helplessness and hopelessness

  • Loss of motivation, ideals, and hope


Burnout1

Burnout

  • Leads to detachment and Depression

  • Primary damage is emotional

  • May make life seen not worth living

  • Depleted


Workplace factors that lead to burnout

Workplace Factors that lead to burnout:

  • Cultures that normalize extending oneself beyond physical, or emotional capacities.

  • Cultures that confuse over-functioning with ambitiousness and blur the boundary between professional and personal lives.

  • Coercive or punitive rules

  • Work that causes you to violate your personal values


Individual factors that lead to burnout

Individual Factors that lead to burnout:

  • Individuals who have unmet personal needs or have conflicting needs

  • Individuals whose self definition is too tightly tied to work

  • Setting unrealistic goals for yourself or having them imposed on you

  • Being expected to be too many things to too many people


The universal factor that may lead to our burnout

The Universal Factor that may lead to our burnout:

  • Those who spend their work lives attending to the needs of others, especially if their work puts them in frequent contact with the dark or tragic side of human experience.


Today s focus individual factors that lead to burnout self reflection and prevention

Today’s FocusIndividual Factors That Lead to Burnout: Self Reflection and Prevention


Finding your buttons

Finding your buttons


Boundaries

Boundaries

  • The Rescue Fantasy

  • Love without boundaries is not safe for anyone

  • How much can you give each person?


Being trauma informed is healing for us and youth

Being Trauma Informed is Healing (For Us and Youth)


The most important individual factor

The Most Important Individual Factor

  • Self Care: The Greatest Gift You Can Give Those You Serve


The worst thing is not to be stressed it is to be numb1

The Worst thing is not to be stressed . . . it is to be NUMB

  • The Tupperware Box


The antidote to burnout

The Antidote to Burnout

  • Mission

  • Mentoring

  • Attention to Self


Resilience this time we re talking about you

Resilience(This time we’re talking about you)


Resilience

Resilience

  • The Ability To Overcome Adversity

  • The Capacity to Bounce Back


Resilience1

Resilience

  • is

  • NOT

  • Invulnerability


Resilience is not a character trait

Resilienceis NOTa character trait.

  • It is affected by supports and circumstances!!!


The bottom line

The Bottom Line

  • We will be more resilient if important people in our lives believe in us unconditionally and hold us to high expectations


The importance of connection can not be overstated

The importance of Connection can not be overstated. . .

  • Family

  • Spirituality

  • Community

  • Mission


Finding competence building confidence

Finding Competence . . . . . . Building Confidence

  • Rejecting perfectionism

  • Rejecting imposter syndrome

  • Allowing human frailty

  • Catch yourself being good


Finding competence building confidence1

Finding Competence . . . . . . Building Confidence

X

X

X


Even superman wasn t perfect

Even superman wasn’t perfect


Resilience2

Resilience

  • Is about learning to cope, in a positive way with life’s inevitable stressors

  • We might do our greatest good by modeling for youth our repertoire of positive coping strategies


Serving over the long term making self care and wellness a priority so you can avoid burnout

Discomfort

Relief

Relief

Positive Coping Strategies

You Feel Awful!!!

You Feel Awful!!!

You Feel Awful!!!

Stress

Discomfort

Discomfort

Negative Coping Strategies


Stress management tackling the problem

Stress Management : Tackling The Problem

  • Making the problem manageable

  • Active Avoidance

  • Let Some things go


Serenity prayer

SerenityPrayer

  • Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference


Stress management taking care of my body

Stress Management : Taking Care of My Body

  • Exercise

    • Fear

    • Anger


Stress management taking care of my body1

Stress Management : Taking Care of My Body

  • Relaxation

  • Nutrition


Stress management taking care of my body2

Stress Management : Taking Care of My Body

  • 7) Sleep

    • Stimulation

    • Cool Down

      Exercise

      Shower

    • Release emotion


Stress management managing emotions

Stress Management : Managing Emotions

  • Instant Vacations

  • Releasing Emotions


Stress management plan making the world better

Stress Management Plan : Making the World Better

  • Contributing to the world


Serving over the long term making self care and wellness a priority so you can avoid burnout

To take care of yourself is to be Strong . . .To take care of yourself is to remain Powerful enough to serve others over the long term . . .


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