Mindfulness Training for Social Care with Jane Negrych

215.00

This 8 week MBLC (Mindfulness Based Living Course) combines mindfulness and compassion practices in 8 x two and a half hour weekly sessions, and one full day of practice. the Sanctuary Mindfulness Training for Social Care program has been tailor-made to help anyone working in the field of social care to gain an understanding of mindfulness and how it can help them to help others more effectively.

The weekly classes begin on Tuesday, February 12th (Feb 12th- April 9th) and take place on Tuesday afternoons from 2pm to 5.30pm at the Sanctuary in Dublin 7.

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Mindfulness Training for Social Care with Jane Negrych

Working in any of the caring professions, or indeed, caring for loved ones at home can be incredibly rewarding. Often times, job diversity and the ability to bring joy and make big differences in the lives of others are a source of deep personal satisfaction.

However, unless caregivers take good care of themselves, and are able to fill their own cup so that they can fill the cup of others, compassion fatigue, emotional exhaustion and even depression can set in.

In the UK, in between the years 2009 and 2013, work related stress and anxiety has increased 24% and employees lost to severe mental sickness has doubled (taken from the Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2013), with the NHS, one of the largest employers of those working in caring professions, losing 3.4% of their worker hours to sickness.

Work relates stress is even more extreme in Ireland, where the recent ‘Job Stress and Working Conditions’ report (2018), indicates that work-related stress has doubled in a 5 year period!

 

Meet Your Facilitator

Jane Negrych is the Program Manager of the Sanctuary and has been teaching mindfulness, compassion and mindfulness teacher training courses with the Mindfulness Association UK throughout the UK and Europe. She has also been teaching the MBLC course to Service Users, Service Providers and family members at the Recovery College in DCU since 2015. She has completed and is an Honorary Teaching Fellow on the MSc: Studies in Mindfulness with the University of Aberdeen.