Compassion Fatigue Strategies
– Course credit:
15 CE credits
The course will run from September 24th through November 11th for the 2018 Fall semester.
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Learn six strategies to help you transform your experience with compassion fatigue
Compassion Fatigue Strategies is a unique online class designed to support people who work with animals. In this four module, self-paced class, you will establish a foundation of knowledge to help you better understand and transform your experience with compassion fatigue. Click here to register today!
The course will help you recognize signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue, learn to manage your stress levels and increase your self-care practices, connect with the rewards of your work, build your resiliency, and commit to making successful changes in your life and in your organization.
This class is a personal exploration to help you build the self-awareness necessary to manage the impact of compassion fatigue. Please be aware that the class work can be emotionally challenging.
This class is not a substitution for professional mental health care. If you’re suffering from clinical depression, anxiety, or are having suicidal thoughts, please seek professional help.
By the end of class you’ll have six strategies to help you manage and transform your experience with compassion fatigue, your personal mission statement and goals to help you make lasting changes, a better understanding of yourself and how to engage in self-care that works for you, and the tools you need to be well, while you continue to do good work!
Jessica Dolce is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator via the Green Cross of Traumatology, receiving her training through The Figley Institute and Tend Academy. She helps animal care and welfare professionals to navigate compassion fatigue and cultivate resilience, so that they can make a positive impact for animals and create a life that they truly enjoy.Jessica brings more than fifteen years of experience working with and for companion animals to her classes, workshops and coaching. She is an adjunct faculty member at the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida and her project, Dogs In Need Of Space, provides practical, emotional support to dog owners and animal care professionals around the world. Jessica earned her Master of Science in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Southern Maine and holds certificates in mindfulness facilitation and positive psychology coaching.You can find Jessica online at jessicadolce.com
No texts are required for this course. All readings and resources are contained within the online course management system.
This course is the equivalent of 15 contact hours for Veterinary Continuing Education in the state of Florida. Students taking this course from other states will need to contact their licensing board for guidance. This course has also been pre-approved for Certified Animal Welfare Administrator Continuing Education Credits. Those students who are Certified Animal Welfare Administrators through The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement (Formerly SAWA) are to keep a record of the time spent in this course to apply for the credit.