PAST WEBINAR: The Burnout Blinders: Getting Some Perspective About Professional Burnout
The Burnout Blinders:
Getting Some Perspective About Professional Burnout
Tuesday, August 18th
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
*This is a hybrid virtual/in-person event!*
Have you ever wondered why some work things may be more difficult than need be? Part of the answer may be related to professional burnout, an experience that has implications for your physical and mental health, work and personal relationships, and the bottom line of your business. This event will provide a snapshot of the experience of professional burnout, and more importantly, how to mitigate the negative impact burnout may have on you and others.
Hunter Stanfield is an Assistant Professor of Family Science and an adjunct instructor in the Marriage and Family Therapy graduate program at Lipscomb University as well as a Pre-Licensed Clinical Fellow at The Briggs Institute, Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee. Hunter specializes in helping individuals and organizations mitigate the experience of burnout, leverage conflict for good, and in working with men wanting to improve their mental health and relationships. Hunter completed a B.S. in Business Administration, M.A. in Psychology, and a M.A. in Dispute Resolution all from Pepperdine University. He also completed a M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Alabama, and a Ph.D. in Couple and Family Therapy from Kansas State University. Hunter is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and a Certified Family Life Educator through the National Council on Family Relations. Outside of work, Hunter has spent time at a camp in North Carolina teaching kids about kayaking, hiking, high adventure, and outdoor survival skills, and has been a part of medical mission trips with the Touch A Life organization. Hunter also enjoys spending time with his partner and their Goldendoodle puppy, along with his family and nephews, and roots for Auburn University football.