Date(s) - 06/03/2022
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Friday, June 3, 2022
Burnout and Coping
Tay Bosley, Psy. D. and Ingrid Diaz, Ph.D.
8:45am -12:30 pm
This presentation will provide strategies to promote enhanced health and well-being. It will address the importance of professionals and recognize and counter the toxic effects of working with sexually abusive individuals (and other traumatic events in life) to better maintain stabilization and achieve growth. Relaxation techniques will be reviewed, including deep breathing techniques, imagery exercises, and self-guided meditations that can help professionals to better cope with their work life. Other topics include balancing personal and professional life, recognizing when stress is reaching dangerous levels, coping skills for the workplace, and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices.
Training Goals and Objectives
• Distinguish the difference between stress and burnout.
• Describe some of the possible effects of working with individuals who have engaged in sexually offensive behavior
• Discuss the personal effects of working in a toxic environment that you detect in your own life
• Define the commonly used forms of meditation and demonstrate the technique of mindfulness used to assuage stress and burnout
• Discuss the importance of making time for self-care
• Outline the self-assessment of compassion fatigue and satisfaction.
• Describe several promising self-care strategies for optimal personal and work functioning.
3 Psychology CEs are available.
Cost: – Members $0
– Nonmembers $5
– Member’s with 3 Psychology CEs $10
– Non-members with 3 Psychology CEs $25
Certificate of attendance available upon request
Bookings are closed for this event.