In short: Burnout is a form of extreme exhaustion caused by prolonged overburdening.
A burnout can also be seen as a body emergency brake. This emergency brake forces you to slow down.
A shortage of personal resources (such as optimism, self-confidence, self-esteem, resilience, flexibility and physical fitness), increases susceptibility to stress in e.g. highly sensitive people (HSP).
Below are a few work situations that can cause a burn-out:
Time pressure, Structural overtime, Too many tasks, Too hard work, Emotionally heavy work, Balance between effort and reward.
Lack of autonomy, bullying and other unfair behaviour, being highly sensitive and not knowing how to deal with it.
Relationship problems, Educational difficulties, Financial problems, Arguing with neighbors or family, Major life events or traumas in the past
Restoring energy resilience and vitality
Gain insight into your own sources of stress
Developing awareness and skills in dealing with stress
Learning to recognise and deal with stress-increasing thoughts
Help tackle stress-inducing environmental factors such as conflicts at work, overcrowded agenda, a job that is structurally out of tune with your talents or values
Personal and professional growth by exploring, developing and applying own possibilities
Rediscover the motivation for work by rediscovering the connection to personal values and motives
Developing talents and competencies such as stress resistance, assertiveness, planning and self-confidence
Learning to put one's own ambition or perfectionism into perspective while maintaining the work drive
Possibly adjust the current function; help discover subsequent tasks. Find out what you love to do.
Prevention of relapse after recovery
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I have access to multiple locations within a radius of 15km around Zoetermeer (contact me for more information).
I use a very effective program that consists of coaching for recovery of Burnout and Mindfulness Stress Reduction.
What the trajectory looks like:
We are going to start a program that works effectively in case of burnout. The severity of the burnout differs per person. I always provide a tailor-made package with the programme as a basis. We can discuss this further during the no-obligation intake.
From the moment the employee reports sick, the employer has a number of obligations. Not only must he continue to pay his sick employee's wages during the first two years of absence, he is also responsible for the absenteeism guidance and reintegration of a disabled employee. The latter obligation is included in the Gatekeeper Improvement Act (Wet verbetering poortwachter, Wvp). My programme meets the requirements set by the Wvp. Ask for a non-binding treatment plan so that you can give it to work.
If, as a private individual, you pay the costs for coaching yourself, you can deduct these costs including VAT as training costs. The aim of the trajectory must then be to change position or to maintain or improve the knowledge and skills you need to acquire or maintain income from work. For more information, please contact the tax authorities. My treatment plan meets the set requirements. In addition, you can include the costs of a training course as a deduction in your income tax return. The costs are deductible when you file your tax return under the item 'extraordinary medical expenses', when the training has been advised by a general practitioner or doctor/specialist. No rights can be attached to this information. It always remains your responsibility when you declare your income tax to the tax authorities.
People with a personal budget can get these costs reimbursed through the PGB. For more information and the conditions for a PGB you can visit the website of the interest group Per Saldo PGB.
Coaching does not fall under primary health care costs and is therefore not always (fully) reimbursed. Nevertheless, more and more insurance companies are recognising the results of effective coaching and reimbursing them in the supplementary insurance packages. We therefore advise you to check the possibilities for reimbursement of coaching with your health insurer.
If you receive a benefit, you can ask the benefit agency (UWV) about the available financial resources for your recovery and reintegration. You can conclude an Individual Reintegration Agreement with your UWV. With this agreement, the UWV makes a budget available to you with which you can pay for all or part of your coaching programme. For more information, please visit the UWV website.