Compassion Fatigue and Self-Care Training

Build resiliency in your organization

Get relief from compassion fatigue

Manage Stress

Caring for others takes its toll. Take care of yourself and stay healthy.

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Help Others

We're not alone on this journey called life. Be a lifeline for others.

How do I take care of myself

Finish Strong

Don't be a casualty to the helping profession. Take care of yourself.

What is Compassion Fatigue

"Compassion Fatigue is a state experienced by those helping people or animals in distress; it is an extreme state of tension and preoccupation with the suffering of those being helped to the degree that it can create a secondary traumatic stress for the helper."

Dr. Charles Figley
Professor, Paul Henry Kurzweg Distinguished Chair
Director, Tulane Traumatology Institute
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA


Child Advocacy Centers

Victim Services Organizations

Hospice Agencies

Medical Facilities

Anyone who help others

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Keep your child advocates on the job

Providing direct services to hurting people or victims of crime is stressful.  Compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma is common.

We provide interactive training that will help you explore self-care techniques. Learn strategies you can use to help ensure balance and self-care for those you supervise.

Learn how to recognize the symptoms of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. Participate in case studies, role-playing, and other interactive exercises. Develop resilience and healthy coping skills. Create a professional and personal care plan to minimize the risk of compassion fatigue in your work.

This training is available in a half-day or full-day format.

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Keep your employees productive

Caring too much can hurt. When caregivers focus on others without practicing self-care, destructive behaviors can surface.

Apathy, isolation, bottled up emotions and substance abuse head a long list of symptoms associated with the secondary traumatic stress disorder now labeled: Compassion Fatigue

Learn to recognize and manage the symptoms of compassion fatigue. The Stress Care Doc is dedicated to educating caregivers about authentic, sustainable self-care. We help all types of organizations provide healthy, compassionate care to those whom they serve.

What is compassion fatigue costing you?

Compassion Fatigue often hits critical mass in the workplace. When this happens, the organization itself suffers.

  • Chronic absenteeism
  • Spiraling Worker's Comp costs
  • High turnover rates
  • Friction between employees
  • Friction between staff and management

These are among the organizational symptoms that surface. This creates additional stress on workers.

Healing an organization takes time, patience, and most important, commitment.

Your Next Steps

We'll help your organization get back on track

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    We'll take a few minutes and discuss your situation to see how we can help.

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    We'll provide interactive training to help your staff heal and become resilient.

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    Self-care routines and organizational awareness will keep your team healthy and productive.

What are the organizational symptoms?

  • High absenteeism
  • Constant changes in co-workers relationships
  • Inability for teams to work well together
  • Desire among staff members to break company rules
  • Outbreaks of aggressive behaviors among staff
  • Inability of staff to complete assignments and tasks
  • Inability of staff to respect and meet deadlines
  • Lack of flexibility among staff members
  • Negativism toward management
  • Strong reluctance toward change
  • Inability of staff to believe improvement is possible
  • Lack of a vision for the future

Caring for one another. It's what it's all about