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Caregiver Fatigue

Preparing for trauma exposure

Description

Caregiver fatigue is a general term that describes the chronic and cumulative effect of different stresses at work and how it negatively impacts the worker’s health and wellbeing. This is especially important in helping professions because the erosion of compassion and empathy affects a worker’s effectiveness in helping the people we support. This class explores this field, the nature of compassion satisfaction, and offers strategies for cultivating resilience and compassion satisfaction that are both self and team-care oriented. 

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize warning signs of caregiver fatigue

  • Addressing the “why” of caregiver work

  • Cultivate curiosity about secondary trauma

  • Introduce skills in different key areas of wellness

Board Accreditation

MN Board of Social Work

2.0 CEUs (CEP-275)

MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy   

LADC: 2.0 CEUs (2022.CE.ADC.004)
LPC/LPCC: 2.0 CEUs (2022.CE.004)

MN Board of Nursing

This activity has been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements. However, the nurse is responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.

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