Building Resilience in Yourself and Your Team

  • ARHC
  • 22 May 2024
  • 09:30 - 16:30

This workshop explores the impact of working with patients/families with life-limiting illness. It is an opportunity to consider personal resilience and understand our own responses to working with people who are experiencing loss.

This Study Day is aimed at:

This Study Day is aimed at those working in a care environment and those who may be caring for patients and families who are facing life-limiting illness.

This course includes:

  • Knowledge about stress, burnout and compassion fatigue
  • A focus on the importance of wellbeing in the workplace, specifically when providing palliative care for patients
  • Developing an increased understanding of what self-care is, and why it is important
  • An exploration of different kinds of self-care strategies and ways to increase your personal resilience by enhancing self-care skills
  • Reflections on our values and potential barriers to our self-care
  • Opportunities to participate in experiential exercises relating to mindfulness and the development of a personalised self-care plan
  • Signposting to relevant sources of support currently available

Course price


Diverse group of students at a table, being taught in the Hospice's Education & Conference Centre