This course is based on the book, Naming and Taming Overwhelm for Healthcare and Human Service Providers. It is not necessary to read the book to benefit from the course.
The course is designed for people who work in Healthcare and Human Services.
There are 9 lessons in the course. As you go through the course, you are prompted to fill out a worksheet.
The worksheet is then used to facilitate meaningful conversations with your team and throughout your organization.
After completing the course, you and your team will be able to create a comprehensive approach to recover from overwhelm.
- Recognize the signs of overwhelm.
- Understand how to distinguish overwhelm from trauma.
- Explain treatment and care issues for overwhelmed patients and clients.
- Identify care needs and recovery steps for overwhelmed clinicians, care providers, professionals.
- Examine systemic overwhelm, leadership skills and strategies for system recovery.
- Review how to apply steps for recovery to an overwhelmed community.
If you would like a bulk order of the book Naming and Taming Overwhelm, contact [email protected] to purchase the book at $10/book.
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Sarri Gilman is a psychotherapist, author, and workshop presenter. She is the author of Transform your Boundaries® (2014) and Naming and Taming Overwhelm® for Healthcare and Human Service Providers (2017). She runs a private practice and devotes the rest of her time to teaching on the subject of boundaries and overwhelm recovery.
A little bit of background….
Her humanitarian work includes founding two non-profits and running non-profits for 20 years. Her focus was on homelessness and serving children and teens. She then went on to teach leadership development for 7 years to executives and managers. Her extensive work with people led her to conclude that we have lots to do to clarify our boundaries, improve our self-care, and face the things that are overwhelming.
Today…. Sarri no longer runs non-profits. She is focused on how overwhelm and boundaries are impacting the people who work inside of organizations: in Healthcare, Human Services, and Education. She is completely devoted to teaching about boundaries and recovery from overwhelm.
For more information visit SarriGilman.com