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We all know that self-care and preventing burnout as mental health practitioners is important, but how do we truly care for ourselves and our clients, particularly in rural and regional areas where there can be added complexities? And is it possible to go beyond that to thriving in mental health practice? Join Peregrine research associate, Dr Caitlin Miller, as she speaks with John Dean (District Clinical Leader and Senior Psychologist in Murrumbidgee), Nikki Butler (trainer and director of Nikki Butler consulting), and our own Brittany Smith (Clinical Psychology Registrar and Local Project Officer) to dive into these questions. They speak about the impact of identity, knowing our roles as practitioners, and give their perspective on common situations like managing confidentiality in small areas, being approached outside of work in your community and taking leave.

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