Carolyne Crowe
Carolyne Crowe aims to help members of the veterinary team cope more effectively with the pressures of being in practice.

Vet Carolyne Crowe will run a BEVA workshop next month to help all members of the veterinary team cope more effectively with the pressures of being in practice.

The all-day session will be held at the RVC, North Mymms, on 10 February.

Pressure vs stress

The workshop will provide delegates with the techniques and skills to become more efficient and effective, and make their life in practice productive and enjoyable.

The difference between pressure and stress will be discussed, as will the signs and symptoms of stress. Delegates will be taught how to prevent stress burnout and compassion fatigue and how behavioural profiling can make working with others more effective and less stressful.

Open to all

The session is the first of several projects planned by BEVA to help address and support the needs of members who are striving for a better work-life balance. The workshop is ideal for all members of the practice team, including nurses and practice managers.

Mrs Crowe was named life coach of the year at the 2015 International Coaching Awards.

  • Full course details and booking information are available on the BEVA website.
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