NOTICE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO A FAMILY BEREAVEMENT OF THE SPEAKER.
We know sickness absence and employee turnover cost far more than money. The cost of Mental Health issues is estimated to be £100billion per annum (productivity, replacement staff, social cost). We lose 70 million days a year from the work place. The average cost of employing a member of staff is £30,000 and the Health and Human services professionals are consistently at the top of these expenses. How do we protect wellbeing and balance the complex demands of our professions? Can you safeguard your organisation and employees from burnout?
In this lecture we will discuss and consider:
— Whose health is it anyway?
— Can an organisation balance its wellbeing and its employee wellbeing?
— Why do we work in Health and Human professions
— Multi-model construct of protected wellbeing and burnout
Camilla Ghazala works in the field of Psychological/Emotional Intelligence and Health and her passion is enabling development of personal awareness, stability, self-management assertiveness and resilience using safe, effective therapeutic and educational interventions.
She works along the wellbeing spectrum providing preventative education and treatment of a range of psychological, emotional and behavioural issues ensuring wellbeing is developed in a grounded, sustainable style.
Camilla is trained and experienced in a range of therapies and coaching including: Adlerian Psychology, Adlerian Coaching, Buddhist Philosophy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy, CBT, Gestalt Psychology, TA, Energy Psychology, Clinical Supervision, Integrative Therapy & Coaching, and Heart-Mind Intelligence. She has undertaken research in Individual Psychology and Mental Health and works as a senior coach, therapist, tutor, lecturer and supervisor within the NHS and private practice.
Admission £7 (concs £4). All welcome. No need to book. CPD certificates are available.
For Lecture enquiries, email Gwyneth Evans-Patel (evans_patel[@]hotmail.co.uk)
For more information visit: www.adleriansociety.co.uk