``What matters is not what happens to us, but what we do with what happens to us...``
Loss of meaning, fatigue or guilt are among the characteristics of people who burn out. Being aware that others are in the same situation, exchanging perspectives in complete transparency and neutrality allows you to step back from your own situation. The objective is not to complain but to understand and transform what is happening to us. The power of the group’s presence, in uncompromising benevolence, is a lever that allows us to bounce back from this experience.
- Understand what is happening to you,
- Share what you are experiencing in complete confidentiality and in a caring context,
- Get started to reconnect with yourself,
- Prepare to return to work,
- Avoid the risk of relapse.
You are HR manager or manager and you want to set up a discussion group around burn out.
During this 2-hour workshop, we will clarify your needs and highlight the associated issues through a systemic approach.
The Needs workshop can be followed by the “Opening Path”.
This group course for 5 to 15 people takes place over 5 to 10 sessions of 3 hours each, spaced 3 to 4 weeks apart.
It is structured around 3 main axes:
Exploring what is happening to you: your current state from an external viewpoint (your professional and family environment) and internal viewpoint(your feelings, perceptions, physical health).
The exploration of themental schemas and modes of functioningthat led you to burn out, thanks to various approaches (your shadow parts, your life scenario…)
The exploration of what emerges for you, by reconnecting to who you are at a deep level. We will consider the options you are looking for andthat are available to you, in order to prepare for the return to work.
Around exchanges, it will be based on individual and collective exercises based on Ken Wilber’s integral approach, transactional analysis (life scenario), the Jungian approach (Shadow parts, personal unconscious, synchronicities), systemic constellations…