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Compassion Fatigue Resilience Series: Self-Care

3:00pm - October 21, 2020 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Pacific Southwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: October 21, 2020
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Contact us at pacificsouthwest@mhttcnetwork.org

Times: 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET / 3:00-4:30 p.m. PT / 12:00-1:30 p.m. HT (view your time zone

Compassion Fatigue Resilience Series

Part 3 of the Compassion Fatigue Resilience series focuses on self-care. Self-care gives us the fuel we need to be effective within our formal, professional roles. We cannot take care of others if we are not taking care of ourselves. Trauma makes us fearful, and being fearful we can mistrust each other. Mistrust leads to shame, and we may find ourselves withdrawing or reacting in anger. Self-care is about nourishing your mind and body and accessing an important source of strength: each other. This workshop will explore different elements of self-care and help participants build strategies for ongoing self-care tactics to enhance personal and professional resilience.

Learning Objectives:
  • Define secondary traumatic stress, burnout and compassion fatigue
  • Describe the negative and positive impacts of our work 
  • Describe and practice techniques for self-care

 

Register for Part 1: Self-Regulation and Part 2: Reframing of this series.

 

Continuing Education Hours Available:

An optional 1.5 Continuing Education Hours are available for each event in this series (4.5 total). There is no fee to attend this event; a processing fee of $25 for each event will be payable to Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS) if you would like CEHs. CEHs are available for ASW, BRN, LCSW, LEP, LMFT, LPCC, and/or PPS as required by the CA Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and CA Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). CARS is an approved provider for CA BRN #16303 and CAMFT #131736.

About the Presenter 

Joel Jackson HeadshotJoel Jackson serves as a subject matter expert for several programs at the Chicago Center for HIV Elimination. Through Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation of Greater Chicago, Joel serves as a Racial Healing Practitioner. In this role, Joel co-facilitates Racial Healing Circles across Chicagoland, helping to provide space for healing and connection and to reaffirm the humanity in all of us. He is also the UChicago Medicine Assistant Director of Inclusion and Training for the Urban Health Initiative Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity. He coordinates the hospital’s cultural competence training strategy and is the lead facilitator of the UChicago Medicine Cultural Competence Course. Joel is also helping to coordinate the hospital’s Resilience Based Care training strategy, which will include a focus on compassion fatigue resilience and a focus on trauma-informed care. He is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional and the 2020 Staff Diversity Leadership Award recipient for the University of Chicago.