The Reality of Burnout
Date(s) - December 08, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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It’s time for some real talk about burnout! No matter who you are, our current world challenges our capacity as humans to remain well. Presenter Kathryn Stinson is a therapist and life-coach who specializes in anti-burnout work. She will discuss how it impacts our lives at every level, how COVID has contributed to record levels of burnout, and what other cultural, society and institutional patterns set us up for an epidemic of burnout.
We’ll explore how social justice factors in and why burnout is a cultural problem, not an individual problem. Learn more about the surprising ways it can show up in our lives, the insidious ways in which it can affect our social wellbeing, and ways to prevent and address it that go way beyond “self-care.”
This event is free and open to all.
Accessing the Event
This event is hosted on the FOCUS Virtual Campus. Your unique log-in link will be sent a few days prior from email@example.com – be sure to check your junk/spam/promotions folder if you don’t see it.
If you have any questions regarding your registration, please contact Kayla Dix at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 657-4020.
About Our Presenter
Kathryn Stinson, LPC is a therapist in private practice and a coach specializing in anti-burnout work. She holds a graduate degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and has advanced training in Narrative Therapy from the Evanston Family Therapy Center. As a therapist, she specializes in working with artists, activists, entrepreneurs and change-makers as they navigate often unconventional lives and career paths. As a coach, she is dedicated to helping passionate people serve their big visions without burning out.