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Work Related Stress, Burnout and Vicarious Trauma workshop
3rd March 2018 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm£120
ASLI member fee £70 (with discount code) / Non-member fee £120
Work Related Stress, Burnout and Vicarious Trauma
The workshop outlines the physical, psychological and physiological theory of stress, vicarious trauma and burnout and explores the impact these can have on the work, and health, of sign language interpreters. Participants will learn about the neuroscience of arousal and how the body, with the help of the mind, remembers – often unhelpfully. They will then have an opportunity to develop techniques to recognise their own individual stress indicators, which can help increase resilience and reduce the risk of work related stress, vicarious trauma and burnout.
Ali qualified as a sign language interpreter in 1999. She is a freelance interpreter based in the North West of England and works primarily in mental health and community settings. Ali is committed to the development of supervision within the sign language interpreting profession and qualified as a supervisor 2009. She has published papers based on her MA research into work related stress within the interpreting profession and the benefits of supervision to support the work of interpreters. She cofounded 360 Supervision with Cathy Davey in 2014, which provides training to sign language interpreters, including a Diploma in Supervision specifically tailored to the needs, experience, and environments within which sign language interpreters work.
Cathy has core humanistic training integrating person centred, gestalt and transactional analysis approaches to counselling/psychotherapy. She has delivered training on counselling, supervision and group work and has many years of experience supervising counsellors, supervisors and allied health care professionals. Her delivery of training is dynamic and creatively experiential enabling participants to transfer theory into practice while actively involved in their learning.