Interpreters are charged with bearing witness to some of life’s greatest beauty and deepest pain, all while maintaining a stance of neutrality and flexibility. Over time, and especially during times of stress, this can take a toll on your body, mind and spirit.
In order to show up for others and do the work that’s ours to do in the world, we must have a foundation of self-care that sustains us.
During this workshop we'll explore burnout and its effects on your life. We’ll look at how to make time for yourself, what areas of your life need tending to avoid burnout, and simple ways to celebrate your accomplishments and receive support.
Upon registration, you'll have access to the recorded workshop where you’ll come away with a doable Burnout Proof plan, more peace and clarity, and a community to support you in taking better care of yourself.
"I loved learning new ways of self care and managing my thoughts and feelings. I also am happy that I am not alone in the way I feel and there are ways to get through it."
- Allisyn, Burnout Proof 101 Student
Brea (like the sea) holds her CI/CT from RID, B.S. in Interpretation from Western Oregon University and is a Mental Health Coach. She has led thousands of interpreters in preventing burnout and finding the passion in their life and work again through developing habits of self-care. Brea is a native of Portland, Oregon, where she can usually be found writing, reading, or playing near water with her husband and kids.
"I really appreciate the work Brea is doing. It's one thing to be a mental health coach, but to also have experience as an interpreter, Brea knows us, and the balance she has achieved could be our future."
- Raiza, Burnout Proof 101 Student