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Day Retreats 

Relieve the symptoms of compassion fatigue, including burnout.

If you're a parent, carer or an individual in a supporting role who is struggling with the emotional toll of compassion fatigue, attending a day retreat might be just what you need. Here are six reasons why you should consider going:
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1. Self-Care and Rejuvenation: You can't pour from an empty cup. A day retreat gives you a chance to step back from the daily grind and focus on yourself. By prioritising self-care, you can recharge and feel renewed. The spa afternoon 
 
2. Reflection and Awareness: It's easy to get lost in the demands of caregiving. Our retreat provides a quiet and reflective environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings related to compassion fatigue. By gaining insight into your emotional well-being, you can take proactive steps to improve it.
 
3. Learn Coping Strategies: You don't have to go it alone. A compassion fatigue day retreat includes a morning workshop led by our practitioners with expertise in the area. You'll learn practical coping strategies to manage stress, reduce burnout, and boost your overall well-being.
 
4. Connect with Others: It can be isolating to care for others, especially if you feel like no one understands what you're going through. Our Day Retreat provides a supportive community of like-minded individuals who can offer validation, comfort, and companionship.
 
5. Mindfulness and Relaxation: Being in a constant state of stress takes a toll on your body and mind. At our Day Retreat, you'll have the opportunity to practice mindfulness, meditation, and relaxation techniques. These practices can help reduce stress, boost emotional resilience, and promote a sense of calm.
 
6. Permission to Rest:  We often feel guilty about taking time for themselves. A retreat gives you permission to prioritise your own needs without feeling selfish. By taking care of yourself, you'll be better equipped to care for others. 
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Attending a compassion fatigue day retreat is a proactive step toward maintaining your well-being while continuing to care for others. You deserve to feel supported, renewed, and empowered. Don't wait - sign up for a retreat today and see the positive impact it can have on your life.

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  • Compassion Fatigue Day Retreat
    Compassion Fatigue Day Retreat
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    Fri, 19 Apr
    Cheltenham Chase Hotel, Brockworth
    19 Apr 2024, 10:00 – 16:00
    Cheltenham Chase Hotel, Brockworth, Shurdington Rd, Brockworth, Gloucester GL3 4PB, UK
    Come and join us for a day of relaxation, reflection, and rejuvenation. We host intimate Day retreats for groups of 6-8 people in the relaxing surroundings of Delta Hotels by Marriot Cheltenham Chase in Gloucestershire.
  • Compassion Fatigue Day Retreat
    Compassion Fatigue Day Retreat
    Fri, 28 Jun
    Devon
    28 Jun 2024, 10:00 – 16:00
    Devon, North Devon District, UK
    Come and join us for a day of relaxation, reflection, and rejuvenation. We host intimate Day retreats for groups of 6-8 people in North Devon.
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