Society & Culture
’Recognising Burnout’ for Mental Health Awareness Week with Katy MacLeod
Mental Health Awareness Week is held every year in May to highlight issues relating to mental health and wellbeing - things that are particularly pertinent during the current COVID-19 lockdown.
This year, the theme is kindness. Being kind to others can go a long way, but being kind to yourself is just as important.
In this bonus podcast episode, we are joined by Katy MacLeod, SDF's National Training and Development Officer to discuss burnout - including how to recognise it and what steps can be taken to address it.
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