Resisting Burnout with Justice-doing

Resisting Burnout with Justice-doing

Author: Vikki Reynolds

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In this writing Vikki Reynolds critiques the individualism and neutrality of burnout, and offer an approach for resisting burnout with collective sustainability that is shouldered-up by justice-doing. This requires an understanding of collective ethics, and the spiritual pain that we hold as community workers and therapists when we are forced to work against our ethics. Vikki Reynolds describes the role of justice-doing and solidarity in relation to our sustainability, and practices which can foster our sustainability collectively, including embracing Earth Democracy, co-creating collective ethics, contesting cynicism, attending to immeasurable outcomes, and giving-it-back practices. The paper also addresses the possibilities of connecting with the social divine and transforming the contexts of social injustice in which clients live and we work.

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