Resilience and Wellbeing Practices for Veterinary Nurses
The experience of stress is a personal one, and no two people will experience situations the same way. An event at work that could be considered a major stressful event for one nurse, may be seen by others as energising and challenging.
This webinar will explore evidence-based practices for developing resilience, and subsequently, greater wellbeing as a veterinary nurse. Topics include:
- Developing emotional insight, and self-awareness skills
- Personal resilience-building and wellbeing practices
- Practical strategies for handling difficult situations at work
Recording from 22 July 2020
Rosie Overfield, HR Consultant, Workplace Trainer, Mental Health First Aid Instructor
Rosie Overfield has worked in the Australian veterinary industry for nearly 20 years. She is a counsellor, educator, human resource advisor and former vet nurse, focused on developing mentally-healthy veterinarians, nurses and their workplaces. A passionate advocate for workplace wellness, Rosie regularly speaks on topics related to resilience, emotional intelligence, grief & trauma, high-performing teams and communication.
Rosie is a registered counsellor & yoga teacher with a Bachelor of Communication and a Masters in Human Resources and Organisational Development. She is also the Australian Veterinary Association’s Mental Health First Aid trainer and the head of ‘people wellbeing’ at Sunset Vets, an organisation that provides in-home palliative care and end-of-life services.