Preventing Burnout Workshop : Andrea Hillenbrand

The Adlerian Network of Ireland (ANI) is delighted to be bringing Andrea Hillenbrand back to present her popular  Preventing Burnout Workshop.  

Booking Details:
Venue: Clonmel Park Hotel
Date:  6th and 7th April 2019
Cost: €150

Bookings: you can book online at Or pay by cheque payable to ANI and posted to  ANI Clonmel Family Resource Centre Kickham Street Clonmel  Co. Tipperary Ireland.

This workshop is designed for anyone who leads a busy life. The  frequency of burnout has increased dramatically over the last number of years due to work related stress, home/family life and changes,  unemployment, retirement, relationship stresses.  By overcommitting ourselves we often miss the signs of a  potential burnout.  
In this workshop by using Adler’s tasks of life (Work, Intimacy and Social Interest) we will look at how you can bring back balance  into your life to prevent burnout.  
One of the areas that will be focused on is working on your  personal goals for life and discover your unknown behaviours and  patterns that maybe leading to burnout.  We will also look at your strengths that will help you to face the external challenges of life. 

About Andrea Hillenbrand
Andrea is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and a member of the Hessia Chamber of Psychotherapy (LPPKJP)
She has her own private psychotherapy and clinical counselling practise in Wiesbaden, Germany. Andrea has previously worked as the  Head Psychologist at the outpatient clinic in Wiesbaden Academy for Psychotherapy (WIAP), Wiesbaden Germany. Here she oversaw the   Professional and disciplinary management of the outpatient clinic for140 therapists.  
Andrea has run workshops on many topics and has numerous radio and TV appearances.  She is a teacher and group facilitator at the Adler-Pollak-Institute. She is also a faculty member at the International Adler-Dreikurs-Summer School (ICASSI) and has been a board member since 2016.  
Andrea has previously presented at the Irish Adlerian Summer  Conference where her work was so well received that people have  constantly been asking for her to return.  
Andreas approach to people is warm and caring. She enjoys helping  people to realise their full potential and to find solutions.

The impetus for the Adlerian Conference idea grew out of the development of Adlerian parent study groups, which were initiated in Ireland as far back as 1980.
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