Compassion Fatigue: Training for Helping Professionals

By: Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Monday, May 23, 2016

Compassion Fatigue: Training for Helping Professionals

November 9th, 1-5pm
7112 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19126

This free workshop is designed to help professionals:

      • Recognize the symptoms and stages of caregiver burnout
      • Understand the impact on individuals and organizations
      • Identify self care strategies
      • Experiential exercise on relaxation

Free parking and lunch provided.
Three (3) CEUs available for social workers through NASW PA Chapter.
Workshop provided by an LCSW staff member.
Sponsored by Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services

RSVP via Email: BBCEUtraining@gmail.com

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