Interpreting in times of stress is not business as usual. Worry and uncertainty make for more charged interpreting situations and personal lives, and can trigger reactions that aren’t always aligned with our values.
This workshop will teach tools from the Learning Zone Model, mindful awareness, and neuroscience to better work with our brains during times of stress.
We’ll create a triage-care practice to provide daily maintenance through stressful times while building empathy, emotional regulation, and resilience.
"I enjoyed the course. I loved getting to connect with others and learn from their perspective."
- Katelyn, Self-Care for Stressful Times 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 enjoyed the workshop and will definitely hold on to the information presented in it and will also apply the 4 second breathing technique we learned."
- Jennifer, Self-Care for Stressful Times Student
Start1. Intro (15:59)
Start2. How does stress affect the brain? (16:40)
Start3. Regulation is a skill (9:41)
Start4. What helps you rest and digest? (9:08)
Start5. Triage Care - One Breath Body Scan (9:44)
Start6. Create triage care checkpoints (8:55)
Start7. Practice triage care checkpoints
Start8. The Learning Zone (5:45)
Start9. Why do you do this work? (12:01)
Start10. Reminders + Takeaways (3:06)