Burn out can manifest as emotional, mental and or physical exhaustion caused by excessive or prolonged stress.
It is important to recognise the signs of burnout and take preventative steps towards enhancing your self-care. It’s important that Early Childhood Educators are valued and appreciated for their efforts by their leaders and within the organisation they work in.
Actively supporting our wellbeing is crucial to preventing and addressing burn-out.
Managing burn out requires the three ‘R’ approach, recognise, reverse, resilience.
Recognise – by watching for the warning signs of burnout
Reverse – by undoing the damage by seeking support and managing stress
Resilience – build your resilience by taking care of your physical and emotional health.
It is important to:
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