Addressing Compassion Fatigue, Burnout & Vicarious Trauma


Compassion fatigue, burnout and vicarious trauma are common occupational hazards in high care, high stress and often high trauma work.   Awareness is prevention when it comes to these occupational hazards! Both individuals and organizations can suffer significantly if these hazards are not addressed in effective and informed ways.  Discover how to prevent and mitigate the risks associated with these costs of caring!

 Helping the Helpers, Making a Difference!


Organizations, leaders, managers and front-line staff alike must find new ways to engage their resilience to cope with the demands and job stress that can be brought about in ever changing work environments.  Healthcare, human and social services, education, and various non-profit organizations and professionals must make caring for caregivers
a top priority.

Does your organization deal with any of the following challenges: employee mental health issues, low staff morale, absenteeism, staff turnover, conflict in the workplace, low productivity and/or poor employee engagement?

These can be signs and symptoms of stress, burnout and compassion fatigue.  These challenges are calls to inspired action, learning and growth for professionals and organizations alike.  Let Thrive Training & Coaching help!

THRIVE

  • to grow vigorously: flourish
  • to prosper, do well, to be successful
  • to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of challenges or adversity

Thriving is not just about productivity and performance, it is about creating strong, healthy and vibrant workplace cultures that support employee self-care and well-being to ensure that people are able to do and be their best!

Do you want to thrive?

Thrive Training + Coaching educates and inspires helping and healthcare professionals, educators, social workers, crisis response workers and others towards greater resilience, self-care, burnout prevention and well-being – helping both individuals and workplaces be the best they can be!

Call Lynda at 250-653-2085 to explore what’s possible in mitigating these occupational hazards!  

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