The Self-Care Institute Presents

Resilience at Work

A 3-Hour Live Virtual Self-Care Workshop
for Stress Management and Burnout Prevention

for Teams & Organizations

with Ami Kunimura, MA, MT-BC
Founder, The Self-Care Institute

This 3-Hour Virtual Workshop Includes 

One Hour of Educational Material

  • Research-based information on burnout, stress, and self-care
  • Overview of occupational burnout – What burnout is, how to recognize it, risk factors, symptoms, what to do about burnout
  • Overview of self-care – What self-care actually is and means, obstacles to self-care, making self-care sustainable

 

 

One Hour of Experiential Self-Care Practices

  • Mind-body practices for stress management and burnout prevention
  • Includes mindfulness and self-compassion practices, self-reflective exercises, and creative exercises to support effective stress management
  • These experiential practices will be self-care tools that attendees can keep using after the workshop

 

 

One Hour for Discussion and Questions

  • Q and A for attendees to bring up questions and concerns related to burnout and self-care
  • Self-care needs and concerns specific to your team can also be addressed
  • Team building exercises and discussion may also be included

The needs of your organization will be considered in regard to what material and practices are covered.

Specific self-care and burnout topics such as compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and secondary trauma can be addressed by request.

This virtual workshop is live and held in a private Zoom meeting room. A private link will be provided that can be shared with your team for easy access.

All Participants Will Leave the Workshop With

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A personalized 3-step daily compassion practice for stress management and burnout prevention

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A more informed understanding of stress, burnout, and self-care

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Practical self-care tools and strategies for building resilience in your professional and personal life

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A self-care language to incorporate into your professional identity to more compassionately communicate with yourself and others

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Ten personalized self-care anchors to provide a solid foundation for self-care

YOUR GUIDE
Ami Kunimura, MA, MT-BC

Ami is the founder of The Self-Care Institute and facilitator of Resilience At Work.

Ami provides therapeutic support for professionals around the world who are experiencing burnout. She provides support for groups and individuals and has presented on self-care and professional burnout at international events and conferences. Ami has also taught as a lecturer at UCLA and adjunct graduate faculty at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.

Ami has been a board-certified music therapist since 2006, specializing in mental health, trauma, and addictions treatment. Ami also holds certifications in yoga education, second degree reiki, and has completed trainings in mindfulness and meditation. 

Ami received her BA in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University and her MA in Music Therapy from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University.

Ami also has extensive experience in facilitating therapeutic and educational group experiences, and brings her expertise to Resilience At Work to cultivate personal and professional growth.

Ami (pronounced ah-me) was born in Hawaii and splits her time between Southern California and The Big Island of Hawaii.

FAQ

What is covered in Resilience at Work?

This 3-hour ritual workshop includes one hour of educational material, one hour of experiential self-care practices, and one hour for questions and discussion.

The educational component covers research-based information on burnout, stress, and self-care, an overview of occupation burnout (what burnout is, how to recognize it, risk factors, symptoms, what to do about it), and an overview of self-care (what self-care actually is and means, obstacles to self-care, making self-care sustainable).

The experiential component includes mind-body practices for stress management and burnout prevention such as mindfulness and self-compassion practices, self-reflective exercises, and creative exercises to support effective stress management. These experiential practices will be self-care tools that attendees can keep using after the workshop.

Self-care needs and concerns specific to your team can also be addressed and team building exercises and discussion may also be included.

What is the cost?

Rates vary by group size. Discounted pricing is available for registered nonprofits, student organizations, and small businesses.

How do attendees access the workshop?

This virtual workshop is live and held in a private Zoom meeting room. A private link will be provided that can be shared with your team for easy access.

Can the live workshop be recorded?

We can provide a recording of the workshop at an additional charge by request. The recording will be hosted on a private link for your team to access for 6 months after the live workshop. This allows attendees to revisit the material and allows access for any team member who could not make it to the live meeting.

Who is Resilience at Work a good fit for?

Resilience at Work may especially be helpful for teams and organizations who are at risk for burnout due to:
Emotional demanding work
Working in trauma care
Work that requires the consistent use of empathy
Work that may involve vicarious trauma, secondary trauma, or compassion fatigue
Work that involves grief and loss

Resilience at Work can be a valuable and meaningful experience individuals who spend most hours of their day helping others. This workshop can help build a greater understanding of burnout, stress, and self-care to work towards work/life integration for long-term fulfillment at work and at home.

Who is Resilience at Work NOT a good fit for?

This workshop is not a diet or exercise program. Although diet an exercise are important parts of self-care, our focus is more on the emotional, social, and mind-body practices that can support healthy habits, relationships, communication, and choices.

Who can I contact with other questions?

You are welcome to contact Ami directly at ami@selfcareinstitute.com

Interested in Resilience at Work for your team?
The first step is to complete our inquiry form

We’ll contact you within 3 business days of receiving your inquiry and provide you with more info on pricing and scheduling.

Rates vary by group size. Discounted pricing is available for registered nonprofits, student organizations, and small businesses.

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