CE Hours: 6.0
Tara Byers, MS, NCC, LPC
Thursday, March 21, 2019, PA Counseling Services, Lebanon, PA
8:30am to 3:30pm
Intensive, in-home treatment can be highly challenging and stressful. Burn-out is a risk. The purpose of this training is to increase therapists’ understanding of the impact of traumatic stress and vicarious trauma on their ability to maintain clinical effectiveness and personal balance. This is an experiential, interactive workshop. Participants will engage in discussion and self-assessment related to current stress and corresponding self-care practices. Issues related to personal values, purpose, and meaning in the helping field is explored. Strategies are presented for increasing self-awareness and overall emotional wellness practices.
As a result of attending this training, participants will:
1. Complete a self-assessment on stress and self-care practices as part of a personal profile
2. Develop a personal wellness plan by evaluating their individual personal profile and identifying needs and strengths
3. Define and Identify the six levels of perceptual development
4. Practice perceptual development activities
5. Identify three activities that support professional resiliency in difficult clinical work
6. Identify seven commitments for lifestyle balance
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