In the caring profession, we often forget that in order to care for others we need to first care for ourselves.
We simply cannot pour from empty cups.
Working in social care requires physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual resilience.Many of us know how to care for ourselves on a physical level but rarely think about our mental, emotional and spiritual health which are all interconnected and have a strong impact on those around us.
The pandemic has left front line workers drained of their caring superpowers - depleted of their vital resources so now it’s time to care for our carers.
A brighter and more motivated care workforce, but also impact the quality of care they give to clients and residents.
We will be discovering the magical energetic potential of our thoughts and feelings and using this to superpower our day and our lives.