1 hr 8 min

Chronic Illness, Unrelenting Standards Schema and Burnout When Burnout Becomes Reality

    • Health & Fitness

Ep 26 allows the listener to learn from Clinical Psychologist Rebecca Black about two important areas associated with burnout: chronic illness - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia, & Unrelenting Standards Schema. Schemas are mental structures of preconceived ideas, a framework representing aspects of the world, or a system of organising & perceiving new information. Rebecca blends her lived experience in both areas with her experience as a schema therapist working with people with chronic illnesses & chronically stressed states such as burnout. She shares her knowledge & tips on noticing & moving away from unrelenting standards & breaking the chronic stress cycles of living with chronic illness. She teaches us a sustainable way to live.
Guest: Rebecca is a clinical psychologist & coach who has spent the last 15 years of her life grappling to understand & overcome her chronic illnesses (CFS and fibromyalgia) & burnout experiences - a mission that she has accomplished! Rebecca is now passionately dedicated to helping other therapists & health professionals move away from these experiences and towards creating a sustainable career and life - one that is balanced, joyful, energetic, abundant & fulfilled - so they can in turn pass this gift of sustainable living on to their clients too.
For therapy: www.nhgpsychology.com.au; admin@nhgpsychology.com.au
For coaching: FB - Sustainable therapists https://www.facebook.com/CoachingwithRebeccaBlack Insta: @sustainabletherapists https://www.instagram.com/sustainabletherapists/ sustainabletherapists@gmail.com
Host: Shannon Swales is passionate about supporting others with the mental health knowledge & skills to thrive in this life, to move from chronically stressed, burnt-out states to one of wellness. A state she knows all too well after burning out Feb 21, costing her the ability to work & forcing her to move from caring for others to caring for herself. A move that has helped her to the place of wellness today, with the ability to move back to her psychology career, caring for others in a more balanced way.
W: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com
IG: www.instagram.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
FB: www.facebook.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/burnoutpsychologysupport
Stay in Touch: Please like, share, follow, review or leave a comment. I will be forever grateful for your generosity.
Share Your Story/Expertise: If you’d like to share your burnout experience or you are an expert in the field of burnout & would like to share your wisdom, please email me at shannonswales@burnoutpsychologysupport.com.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions, tips, etc., expressed in this podcast by myself or my guests are not a replacement for personalised therapy. As I have done for myself, I encourage those suffering to seek professional help.

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Ep 26 allows the listener to learn from Clinical Psychologist Rebecca Black about two important areas associated with burnout: chronic illness - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia, & Unrelenting Standards Schema. Schemas are mental structures of preconceived ideas, a framework representing aspects of the world, or a system of organising & perceiving new information. Rebecca blends her lived experience in both areas with her experience as a schema therapist working with people with chronic illnesses & chronically stressed states such as burnout. She shares her knowledge & tips on noticing & moving away from unrelenting standards & breaking the chronic stress cycles of living with chronic illness. She teaches us a sustainable way to live.
Guest: Rebecca is a clinical psychologist & coach who has spent the last 15 years of her life grappling to understand & overcome her chronic illnesses (CFS and fibromyalgia) & burnout experiences - a mission that she has accomplished! Rebecca is now passionately dedicated to helping other therapists & health professionals move away from these experiences and towards creating a sustainable career and life - one that is balanced, joyful, energetic, abundant & fulfilled - so they can in turn pass this gift of sustainable living on to their clients too.
For therapy: www.nhgpsychology.com.au; admin@nhgpsychology.com.au
For coaching: FB - Sustainable therapists https://www.facebook.com/CoachingwithRebeccaBlack Insta: @sustainabletherapists https://www.instagram.com/sustainabletherapists/ sustainabletherapists@gmail.com
Host: Shannon Swales is passionate about supporting others with the mental health knowledge & skills to thrive in this life, to move from chronically stressed, burnt-out states to one of wellness. A state she knows all too well after burning out Feb 21, costing her the ability to work & forcing her to move from caring for others to caring for herself. A move that has helped her to the place of wellness today, with the ability to move back to her psychology career, caring for others in a more balanced way.
W: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com
IG: www.instagram.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
FB: www.facebook.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/burnoutpsychologysupport
Stay in Touch: Please like, share, follow, review or leave a comment. I will be forever grateful for your generosity.
Share Your Story/Expertise: If you’d like to share your burnout experience or you are an expert in the field of burnout & would like to share your wisdom, please email me at shannonswales@burnoutpsychologysupport.com.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions, tips, etc., expressed in this podcast by myself or my guests are not a replacement for personalised therapy. As I have done for myself, I encourage those suffering to seek professional help.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1 hr 8 min

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