Resilience and Well-Being for Social Care Workers

This resource has been designed specifically to provide social care workers with tools and approaches for developing their own resilience and wellbeing during COVID-19. It is also relevant to social workers and other health and social care professionals.

Description

With the on-going reality of COVID-19 and the uncertainties and anxieties that this situation has brought, it is more important than ever that Social Care Workers are aware of and have the tools and approaches for developing their own resilience and wellbeing.

This resource introduces social care workers to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) an effective framework that provides those tools and approaches. Using the NLP framework will support social care workers to explore their beliefs, their ability to connect with others (rapport), outcome thinking, self-awareness, their ability to deal with change (flexibility) and how to choose an effective attitude. The resource includes a range of embedded links, videos and guidance to enhance and add to your understanding of the programme. 

The Social Care Council have worked in partnership with OR Training and Personal Development Ltd and would like to acknowledge and thank Leanne McCafferty, Michael Dunlop and Lynn McKeown for their support in developing the content for this resource.

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If you need any help/support using this resource, please contact the Social Care Council.

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Published 19 May 2020

Resilience and Well-Being for Social Care Workers

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