Maintaining sustainable clinical practice requires burnout prevention knowledge and skills. In this interactive workshop, you will be walked through the neuroscience of compassion fatigue and be provided with specific tools to curb and revert the process. Participants will gain new insight and skills to manage clinical practice in more sustainable ways. This session will address the impact of working through the pandemic, specific issues that impact LGBTQ+ and BIPOC clinicians, and provide evidence-based techniques clinicians can immediately implement to improve their quality of life.
2 CEUs available
** This event will be recorded for future viewing via AAMFT's Teneo learning system.
- Attendees will be able to define compassion fatigue and how COVID is impacting mental health professionals.
- Attendees will be able to identify symptoms of compassion fatigue they may be experiencing and objectively measure the severity of symptoms.
- Attendees will develop a sustainability plan to help manage symptoms of compassion fatigue and improve their quality of life.
Natasha Ganesh, LMHC, is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist.