FREE CASE MANAGERS TRAINING

When Helping Hurts: Vicarious Trauma

Megan Watson, PhD Licensed Psychologist and Gina Furr, PhD Licensed Psychologist, will discuss what it is like to be in the helping profession and how to care for yourself and find good ways to cope and be preventative. We will discuss what happens when prevention does not work and how to identify and cope with burn out or vicarious trauma. 
 
We will process with the group difficulties that they experience and provide feedback and ideas about how to cope and support one another. Information will be provided about how to identify burn out or vicarious trauma in our co-workers and how to help and support them. 
 
 
Registration is REQUIRED and on a first come-first serve basis, so sign up now!   
Coffee and water will be provided. 
 
Thursday, October 12th,  8:30 am - 10:30 am 
 
Center For People in Need -  
3901 N. 27th St.
 
2 hours of Certified Social Worker CEU's will be provided for this training
 
 

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