Compassion Stress Management
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This event is not sponsored by the Alumni Association and does not fall under the benefits of a Founding Membership.
When: February 3, 2017
8:30am -5:00pm (lunch on your own)
Where: Richmont Graduate University- Atlanta Campus, 1900 The Exchange SE, Suite 100
Continuing Education: 6 NBCC CE Clock Hours Awarded. 6 approved CE Clock Hours Awarded to Psychologists. Partial attendance is not awarded.
Certification Criteria: This course satisfies the criteria for Certified Compassion Fatigue Therapist.
Target Audience: This is an intermediate level training for professionals, students, and laypersons working with traumatized populations, including disaster survivors.
- Students= $80.00
- Professionals= $120.00
Presenter: Vanessa Snyder, PhD
Dr.Vanessa Snyder is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Traumatologist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor in Training.. She received her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University in VA. Her areas of research interests include: sexual abuse and trauma; trauma effects on the God perception; trauma treatment with play/art therapy, assessment in treatment of adults who experience trauma/complex trauma; secondary traumatic stress, complex trauma model protocol used for human trafficking and dissociative disorders. She is currently working with on research and program evaluations of trauma treatment models in sex trafficking shelters.
Topic: This workshop will enable each course participant to effectively build a therapeutic alliance and focus on the professional’s current self-care status, building a commitment to wellness and the motivation to fundamentally transform his or her work life style. This transformation to wellness includes but is not limited to teaching effective compassion stress management methods for both containment/control of unwanted distress and finding and applying effective desensitization methods in therapy.
Learning Objectives: As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Articulates the developmental history of compassion fatigue including countertransference, caregiver stress, burnout, vicarious traumatization, and secondary traumatic stress.
- Differentiates between compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress, and vicarious traumatization.
- Articulates the unique array of symptoms indigenous to compassion fatigue.
- Assesses and identifies symptoms of compassion fatigue in self and others.
- Recognizes compassion fatigue triggers and early warning signs
- Articulates current theoretical models for the etiology and transmission of compassion fatigue.
- Articulates and teaches others the potential effects of traumatic stress upon systems (marriage, family, workplace, etc).
- Identifies and utilizes resources and plans for resiliency and prevention for self and ability to facilitate this plan with others.
- Knowledge of what is required to create and maintain a self-care plan for self and others and familiar with the Academy of Traumatology’s Standards of Self Care for Traumatologists
- Knowledge of what is required to facilitate a self-care plan for self and others.
- Knowledge about providing psycho-education on the causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment of compassion fatigue.
- Knowledgeable of and abides by the Academy of Traumatology Standards of Practice and Ethics
|Part I – Introduction and Overview|
|Part II – Definitions|
|Part III – Theory of Compassion Fatigue|
|Part IV Standards of Care|
|Part V – Inventories of Self Care|
|Part VI – Creating a Self-Care Plan|
|Part VII – Creating a Self-Care Plan|
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For questions regarding this course, please contact Dr. Vanessa Snyder at email@example.com.
For questions about registration or Continuing Education, please contact Martha Busby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds must be requested prior to the start of the course.
Richmont Graduate University has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4534. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Richmont Graduate University is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Richmont Graduate University is approved by the American Psychologist Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Richmont Graduate University maintains responsibility for this program and its content.