Can wellbeing initiatives for professionals benefit children and young people?

Rhiannon Thomas, therapeutic manager, St Christopher’s Fellowship
Tuesday, November 30, 2021

At St Christopher’s, a children’s charity in the UK and Isle of Man, our approach to care centres around building genuine relationships because we know from young people that this is what makes the most significant difference to their lives.

Therapeautic intervention for those at risk of burnout and secondary therapeutic stress was found to make a difference. Picture: Wavebreakmediamicro/Adobe Stock
Therapeautic intervention for those at risk of burnout and secondary therapeutic stress was found to make a difference. Picture: Wavebreakmediamicro/Adobe Stock

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