Benjamin Seymour CADC, CIP Presents
Ethics of Self-Care: What to Do When Colleagues are in Crisis
Thursday, July 29, 2021, 1:00pm - 2:30pm CST
1.5 CE Credits
This workshop is LIVE and INTERACTIVE!
About the Workshop
Content Level: Beginner
The concept of burnout was introduced in psychosocial literature in the mid-70’s by Freudenberger (1974) and Maslach (1976). Unfortunately there has been limited research on the topic of burnout in our professions since then. While there are support systems that have proven themselves effective in some healthcare and other professions, others in the healthcare space - including counselors and interventionists - are at risk for burnout yet do not have such systems in place. This course offers a solution that can lower the risk of burnout and improve the wellbeing for both professionals and those we serve.
12:45pm - Waiting Room Opens
1:00pm - Workshop Begins with Introduction
2:30pm - Workshop Concludes
Note: Time designated for breaks cannot be counted toward CE credit
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify at least one impact that burnout has on each of the following dimensions: psychological, physiological, and behavioral
- Identify at least 3 risk factors that contribute to professional burnout
- Create an outline of the ADIE-PCS model that can be used in our practice setting
How to Register
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