Renew! Workshop for the Prevention and Treatment of Compassion Fatigue
Friday, May 18th
9:00a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Museum of the Rockies - Redstart Classroom
50 spots maximum
This experiential workshop supports participants in understanding what compassion fatigue is, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent and treat it. Attendees will learn about the five “antibodies” for compassion fatigue and will create an individualized action plan to build resilience to this condition that impacts so many “on the front lines” of helping others.
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This workshop is intended for anyone working with others who have experienced, or are experiencing, trauma. This includes therapists, social workers, counselors, peer supporters, educators, case managers, doctors, nurses, family service providers, animal care givers, probation/parole officers, law enforcement, faith leaders, parents of traumatized children, and anyone else “on the front lines.”
“Only in recent years has there been a substantial effort to examine the effects on the caregiver of bearing witness to the indescribable wounds inflicted by traumatic experiences.” - Dr. Eric Gentry
Lynette Rodi is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor based in Livingston, MT. Over the last 20 years, Lynette has worked as a therapist in many
different clinical settings in Florida, Hawaii, and Montana. In recent years, Lynette’s attention has turned to supporting the work of mental health and other professionals and paraprofessionals to live their best life now. She currently works nationally as a consultant to businesses as diverse as small non-profits to a Fortune 200 company supporting employee well-being in the areas of compassion fatigue, mindful leadership, clinical supervision, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Questions, contact Tyson Krinke by phone at (406) 587-2194 or by email at Tyson@greatergallatinunitedway.org
*Scholarships avaliable, provided by Montana Children’s Trust Fund.