Burnout, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma, Oh My! Outsmarting Burnout and Building Resilience
2019 PATH Intl. Annual Conference
1 CR - All
As caring professionals in the EAAT field, the more we care, the more vulnerable we are to experience burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma; it can strike even the most skilled, dedicated and caring professional. Learn the common causes and symptoms of burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma; how these issues can impact your sessions/lessons, relationships, career and world view; and realistic self-care strategies to support yourself and your staff to increase well-being and build resilience to persevere for a long, happy and healthy career.
About the Presenter:
Cherie Page is a licensed psychologist with DreamPower Horsemanship in Gilroy, CA, where she has the honor of providing equine-facilitated psychotherapy to children, teens and adults. Dr. Page is conducting a longitudinal mixed methods research study for children on the autism spectrum participating in equine-facilitated psychotherapy. She also facilitates social and emotional skills groups, an anxiety group for children, an academic support group for children with special needs, burnout prevention for mental health professionals, and an EFP group for individuals living with MS. Dr. Page provides psychological assessments and evaluations for children and teens. She also teaches child therapy to master-level graduate students at JFK University.
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