Advancing the work of personal reflection – looking after your limbic system

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Dr Wendy McIntosh

  • Duration: 120 minutes

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"This is something that has made me sit up and take note."

Are we at risk of suffering from compassion fatigue? How do we deal with day-to-day stress at work?

The brain’s limbic system involves our motivation, emotion, learning and memory.  In this webinar Dr McIntosh guides us through the limbic system and explores how it can aid our wellbeing at work. Dr McIntosh will be leading the first of our specialist webinars.

You can still purchase a recording of her other two webinars, ‘Vicarious Trauma: avoid reliving your client’s experience’ and ‘Transference & Counter Transference: learning from the “Aha!” moments’ on this website.

Learning objectives:

  1. To understand the importance of the limbic system in relation to stress
  2. To discuss the relationship between the limbic system and early attachment
  3. To explore the importance of the limbic system to assist you respond rather than react
  4. To discuss how looking after your limbic system can assist you in your work

This webinar is suitable for professionals of various disciplines working with Deaf people.

See Dr McIntosh’s bio to learn more about her.

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