Themed Supervision: Compassion Fatigue
Compassion Fatigue: Traumatic Stress, Therapist Self Care, The prevention of Compassion Fatigue.
The aim of this day is to offer you space to explore the theme within the context of further training and personal creativity.
In order to teach we must first have examined our own perceptions. Head knowledge is valuable and there will be handouts, but first and foremost we want you to be prepared to work with the below conscious concepts regarding your own work / life situation.
It is our belief that working in this “Creative Space” we comprehend on a level more alive, intuitive and congruent than the behavioral / cognitive levels alone.
Please come prepared to be spontaneous and comfortable to be Who you are and with some ideas of your training requirements.
Looking forward to meeting with you.
- Encouraging confidence in using creative methods in practice
- Skills to deal with live material (case studies)
- Handout supporting learning
- Networking opportunities
Fee £95 per person
10am – 4:30pm
Compassion Fatigue develops as a result of the caregiver’s exposure to their client’s experiences
combined with their empathy for that person Compassion Fatigue is a natural consequence of
working with people who have experienced extremely stressful events.
This is a practical, hands on session: opportunity to work with live material
What is compassion Fatigue
Signs symptoms and effects
Am I suffering from compassion fatigue?
Reducing the risk of Vicarious traumatisation
Choice of creative mediums to explore casework
Reflection and discussion
To learn more contact Jill on 07870957654 or visit our website
Not able to make this date http://www.connecting-space.co.uk/professional-development/training-workshops/themed-supervision-day/
Feedback from workshop
“Found it refreshing and fun ( even though it was a Sunday). Lovely to meet such wonderful women and share experiences. Workshop helped me clarify how to take better preventative measures against vicarious traumatisation.”
“Enjoyed the pace and the content”
“Aspects of workshop liked the most was the openness and opportunity to share experiences”
“ Aspects of workshop liked most was group activities and use of creative medium to explore topic”
“ I liked the drama side and the information on helping to recognize CF and how to deal with it. Met some really nice people. Lovely surroundings and nice idea to work outside on such a lovely day. Really enjoyed it”.