Burnout is very common among individuals who do “people-work”.
Burnout results from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by:
Workplace stress and burnout has been shown to lead to:
Stress and Burnout Among Human Service Professionals
TLC Virtual Resiliency provides employees with a unique social support network and a customized, virtual curriculum that is evidence-based, curated by experts, and delivered through weekly group workshops designed to enhance resilience and coping, and reduce stress and burnout.
Benefits for your organization
Developing resilient employees not only benefits them as individuals, but it benefits their families, the communities they serve, and it benefits your business.
Research shows that resilient people are more motivated, productive, and efficient at their jobs. Resilience improves workers’ perception of and ability to cope with stress, they are less susceptible to burnout, and they are healthier resulting in decreased absenteeism, family-related crises, presenteeism, and health care costs.
Our custom curriculum and psychoeducational tools help build resiliency. In doing so they can:
How It Works
Services include ongoing assessments and tools, weekly interactive video conferencing workshops facilitated by licensed psychologists and mental health professionals, daily conversations and personalized resources in an interactive community forum, a comprehensive resource archive, daily mind-body video content including exercise, yoga, mindfulness, nutrition, and more.
Pricing for TLC Virtual Resiliency is based on the number of groups you sign up for your organization, and the length of your custom curriculum, where the average cost is $5-25 per employee per week.
We recommend smaller group sizes for increased interaction and personalized attention, but each group can include up to 50 employees.
TLC Virtual Resiliency is now providing FREE assessments and development of a custom resilience curriculum to support human service professionals and other people who help people