Those who are responding to life threatening situations, dealing with difficult or traumatic events, or who are in a role of constantly caring for others may be at risk of suffering from Compassion Fatigue, an extreme state of tension leading to secondary traumatic stress for the helper. Compassion Fatigue can lead to low staff morale, attendance issues, disability leave, and even suicide. It has further damaging effects on the people receiving care and on the community. This workshop explores the basics of Compassion Fatigue and provides staff with proven tools and tips to prevent secondary traumatic stress.
The Compassion Fatigue workshop is designed for first responders (fire, EMT, police), anyone whose job involves caring for others (teachers, doctors, nurses, therapists), and anyone who feels they may be at risk for secondary traumatic stress.
For more information, or to register for this workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Keep Your Productivity Healthy”